Father's Day Saw

Jun 16, 2016

Supplies Required

  • Paper Plate
  • Coloured Construction paper
  • Black Marker
  • Glue Stick

How To

1.)     Cut a circle to fit the inside of the paper plate out of the desired background colour and glue to the plate.

2.)    Draw a saw blade and cut it out of the brown construction paper. Repeat with the saw handle and the black construction paper.

3.)   Glue the saw blade and handle to the centre of the plate.

4.)  With your marker write “Best Dad I Ever Saw!”. Perfect! Happy Father’s Day!


By Lea Moran - Wife & Mom of one very busy little toddler! Loves to be artistic and creative with cake decorating, painting, scrapbooking, crafts with her daughter and her custom personalized wooden sign business, The Little Blue Door!

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