DIY Father’s Day Ideas: I’m Lovin’ It Wrap Up


If you haven’t heard, Father’s Day is in 2 days! And if you’re still scurrying around for some ideas of what to get Dad, then your in luck!  There were some great last minute Father’s Day ideas linked up to the party this week.  Most of these diy ideas for Dad can be made in no time, and are sure to make his day extra special. 

(you can click on each of the project in the photo)

chocolate mustaches for dad at homespun with love father’s day printable at today’s creative blog father’s day fruit pizza at the diary of dave’s wife bbq cookies for dad from munchkin munchies father’s day printable from the brown eyes have it dad’s root beer sampler stache at family ever after father’s day printables from scattered thoughts of a crafty mom car shirt at cheerios & lattes mancakes for father’s day at kitchen fun with my 3 sons father’s day snack at the brown eyes have it father’s day tie appetizers at cute as a fox father’s day grill kit printables from mom on time out Image Map

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Chocolate Mustaches for Dad at Homespun with Love | Father’s Day Printable at Today’s Creative Blog | Father’s Day Fruit Pizza at The Diary of Dave’s Wife | BBQ Cookies for Dad from Munchkin Munchies | Father’s Day Printable from The Brown Eyes Have It | Dad’s Root Beer Sampler Stache at Family Ever After | Father’s Day Printables from Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom | Car Shirtat Cheerios & Lattes | Mancakes for Father’s Day at Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons | Father’s Day Snack at The Brown Eyes Have It | Father’s Day Tie Appetizers at Cute as a Fox | Father’s Day Grill Kit Printables from Mom on Time Out


This year, ditch the tie or socks and show Pop just how much you appreciate him by giving him the gift from the heart!  What are you doing for the Dad(s) in your life this weekend?


Thank you for sharing so many wonderful projects, recipes and crafts again this week ! You can still link up thru Sunday evening or come back next week and link up for another I’m Lovin’ It Friday, who knows maybe next week I will be featuring you!


 Don’t forget to enter to win Dad a 16-cup Magimix Food Processor and Juicer/Smoothie Maker (ARV $580)

Magimix 16 cup Food Processor Giveaway at TidyMom


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A self-proclaimed neat freak, Cheryl chronicles her journey through homemaking on her blog,, where she shares recipes, tutorials, crafting and her ever-growing love for photography. This St. Louis mom juggles her passion for life, her daughters and her tiger-loving husband, all while her obsession with tidiness cleans up the trail blazed behind her. Google+


  1. Thanks so much for the feature on your absolutely amazing blog. Have a wonderful weekend!!!

  2. Great Ideas!! This year it’s my husbans first and i am just cooking his favorite brunch and dinner 🙂

  3. Such fun ideas! I really need to check out the printables! Thanks for including my cookies, my friend:)

  4. Thank you so much for the feature. I am honored to be amongst such neat Father’s Day projects. Thanks again Cheryl!

  5. So many great ideas here!! Love ’em!

  6. This is great Cheryl ~

  7. Some very cute ideas for Dad and lots of inspiration.

  8. Pingback: *FREE* Fathers Day Cards! DIY Printables | — Family Fresh Cooking

  9. Great ideas! I am still trying to get some things together for my husband and my dad. Thanks for the inspiration!

  10. Thank you so much for including our Chocolate Mustaches in your line up! 🙂

  11. Thank you so much for sharing our Mancake Breakfast Ideas! Sue’s cookies are the cutest!!!

  12. What a great giveaway. I would love the processor to make coleslaw like my MIL used to. My husband loved it and there is nothing better than a fresh head of cabbage but I don’t have one of these.

  13. I hope your husband and your family had a great one!

  14. I so dropped the ball this fathers day in the baking area, oh well he never eats them anyway LOL.

  15. Thank you so much for featuring my printables in your round up! Have a great week!

  16. All good ideas.

  17. Many of the chicken delicacies are also possible to be made by mixing some spices with other
    daily use items such as coconut, loaf, onion, garlic, mushroom, etc.
    Take the low-carb tortilla or wrap and put about a tablespoon or two of cream on it.
    You can also leave out the prosciutto and lettuce,
    cube the mango, and serve it as a salsa to accompany meat or fish dishes.

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