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Guest Project — Father’s Day "Tee-rrific" Gift Idea! {and free printable}

Hi Everyone! 
I am so happy to be here guest posting today! I have been a fan of Jen’s for a long time and LOVE all of her great ideas! 
My name is Lindsey, and I blog over at Inspiring Creations.
 I have been crafting since I can remember and I love inspiring others to be creative.  I use my blog to share crafts, tutorials, recipes and I also host a weekly linky party!
Today I am super excited to show you my latest creation!
Father’s Day will be here before you know it and I have the perfect gift idea for the Father’s in your life.
My hubby LOVES to golf and so I wanted to make something special for him that involved his favorite hobby.
I did three different color schemes, so you can pick your favorite!

Let’s get started!
Tutorial:
Supplies Needed
1 bag of tees
1 Tag
1 piece of coordinating card stock cut to the size of tee tag
Tape
Staples
Jute
Step 1:  Print your free printable here.  (this one is for the color scheme shown)
I have designed 3 different color schemes 
Step 2: Measure the tag on the tees.
Step 3: Cut out your tags and cut out coordinating scrapbook paper to the size you measured.
Step 4:  Staple scrapbook paper to the bag.  (Try to staple in far enough that your tag will hide your staples)
Step 5: Tape your tag onto your scrapbook paper.  I used scrapbooking tape for this.
Step 6: Wrap jute around the bag loosely about 3 times and tie in the back.
Step 7: Tape your circle tag onto the front of the bag in the middle of jute.
And you’re done!
Super simple and easy to make.
I hope you like it! :)
Be sure to stop by my blog for some inspiration of your own! :)


Thanks Jen for having me today!
 Thanks Lindsey! 
What a great Father’s Day gift idea!! 
Be sure to check out Lindsey’s blog, where you can find more great ideas like:
And she has a fun linky party on Fridays –


Head over to Inspiring Creations — you will be glad you did!! 
xoxo

Have a Wonderful Wednesday!!


Comments

  1. Love it!! Thanks so much for the printable!

  2. This design is wicked! You definitely know how to keep a
    reader entertained. Between your wit and your
    videos, I was almost moved to stat my owwn blog (well, almost…HaHa!) Fantastic job.

    I really loved what you had to say, and mmore than that, how yoou presented it.

    Too cool!
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  3. Can you change this printable to say Grandpa or G-Dad? If so, how?
    This is an awesome idea!

  4. If you don’t have the time to do these great projects, you can always check out http://annestone.com/golfer-gifts/ for customized presents for your dad.

  5. I loved this idea! I posted about it in my 5 Last Minute Father’s Day Ideas. I hope that’s alright! I linked back to you and made sure to give you credit! :)

  6. very cute!I really really liked your blog!
    Thanks for sharing..

    Do visit mine too at http://www.pakgiftmarkaz.com/

  7. What is the deal!? Is this a free printable or not? It is completely deceitful if you label something as a “free printable” and then direct folks to a website asking them to pay or sign-up for something. If you’re going to charge, fine. If not, then don’t label it FREE and still require to register for something.

  8. I’m trying to download the “free” printable and keep getting directed to a website that is making me PAY to use it??? I’m confused…do I need to really pay $5 to download a free printable??

  9. Christina says:

    I am also impressed with that gift for fathers day idea, simple yet super cute. Keep up the good work. =)

  10. Wow! Im so impressed! what a great idea!
    My husband would give me wife of the year award of he got this for Fathers Day :)

  11. Jen-CraftOManiac says:

    WHAT A GREAT IDEA, SUPER CUTE! winks-jen

  12. Emily Kate says:

    Ahhh totally doing this, awesome idea!

  13. Heather says:

    love it – totallly adding this to my hubbys basket from his boys :)thanks!!

  14. julandmatt says:

    Super cute idea!

  15. Jennifer @ Delightfully Noted says:

    What a Tee-riffic idea! My husband loves to golf but we don't have kiddos yet so I will have to bookmark this idea for the future. Thanks for sharing!

  16. Janelle says:

    This is just a fabulous idea! So simple yet something any golfing dad would love! Thank you for sharing :)

  17. Alia Dalwai says:

    Hi!

    Im your follower!

    I really really liked your blog!

    Keep up the good work!

    Do visit mine too at http://aliascreativelife.blogspot.com/

    Alia

  18. Huggs and Kisses xo says:

    So cute…thanks for sharing.

  19. Lindsay says:

    What an adorable project! My hubby would LOVE this :)

  20. Country Mouse says:

    This is such a cute idea! Now if only my dad was a golfer and not a cowboy!LOL BUT, my kids do golf so this would be great for them!:)
    audrey

  21. angie @ the cellar door stories says:

    very cute! i'm wishing any of the dads in my life golfed so i could do this for them!! :)

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