Quick Father’s Day Gift

Looking for a quick DIY Father's Day gift idea? We've got you covered! #ctmh #closetomyheart #fathersday #fathersdayideas #diygift #handmadegiftWith Father’s Day about two weeks away, we want to share with you a fun DIY project that would make a perfect Father’s Day gift.

For this project, we thought inside the boxto create this adorable display tray! It’s a beautiful way of reminding your special guy that he is loved.

If you’re dying to recreate this look, good news—it’s really simple! First, get yourself our wooden display tray. Then pull out your Cricut® machine and cut out the letters for your message (we used the Cricut® Artistry collection). Next, snap some photos with your kids or grandkids holding the letters. To bring it all together, place the pictures inside the little boxes on the tray, decorate any remaining boxes with paper and embellishments, and you’re done!

What special plans do you have for Father’s Day? Share them below! When it comes to helping the men in our lives feel loved, you can never have too many ideas! 🙂


Father’s Day Display Tray
X7209B Magical Paper Packet, X7208B Florence Paper Packet, X5775 Sapphire Cardstock, X5929 Whisper Cardstock, Z1750 Display Tray, Z2013 Silver Sequins, Z3167 Cricut® Artistry Collection

Cricut® Shapes*:
1″, ¾”, ½” Icon-1 <k> (p. 28)
8″ Shift <Font> “LOVE YOU DAD”

All these products are available through one of our Independent Consultants. To find a Consultant near you, visit closetomyheart.com and click on “Find a Consultant” in the top right corner of the page.

*Real Dial Size
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Thank You, Fathers!

Father's Day

He let you “drive” the car into the garage while sitting on his lap. He tied and retied your fishing flies each time you reeled in moss. He kissed your forehead and called you “princess” before you left for prom. To all the fathers and father figures in our lives, thank you for attending our dance recitals, soccer games, track tournaments, spelling bees, and music performances. We recognize and appreciate your endless encouragement, both spoken and unspoken.

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