This necktie picture frame is a great DIY and frugal Father’s’ Day present. You can use any existing picture frame (who else has like 20 extra?!?!?) and one of Dad’s old neckties. Older kids can help you make this, and younger kids can help watch.
The supplies are super easy – an old or unused picture frame which has at least one inch of width to it, one of Dad’s old neckties and some hot glue. You will also need a seam ripper or a knife or pair or scissors or something along those lines.
- Ensure the tie is long enough to fit around the entire picture frame.
- Do a pre-run with the necktie and the glass and back of the picture frame to ensure the material won’t get in the way of it closing up.
- Gently pull apart all of the seams of the tie.
Use your hot glue gun to glue the tie to the picture frame. Start with small sections and you will want the tie to cover the front and sides. The ends of the picture frame can be folded like you would wrapping a present.
And there you have it! I’m so not the crafty girl… but it didn’t turn out half bad… and especially if you get the kids to help or help watch, something homemade is always a fun gift for Dad.
And what’s better than a necktie for Father’s Day????? A necktie picture frame! Ta da!
Who’s the little red headed monkey? Who’s the little red headed monkey? Awwwww……. who’s the baby? Who’s the baby? Gimme a big smile… gimme a big smile…
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