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What should you get for Father’s Day? Here are PNA’s tips.

Father’s Day is this Sunday, 19 June 2022, and we hope you have a whole day planned with the specific person playing this critical paternal role in your children’s life. Before you start worrying about what to get dad, don’t, there’s still time, and as usual, we have a couple of ideas you and the kids can make yourself with a few items from your nearest PNA store. Also, scroll to the bottom for a major tip! (Eek!)

Father’s Day Canvas

This might be corny, but this Father’s Day gift will bring him incredible memories of his favourite films if dad loves movies. Pop into PNA because you’ll need a canvas, acrylic paints, yellow poms, rainbow poms, adhesive craft foam, a paintbrush, yarn poms (yellow), craft glue/hot glue, a pencil, a ruler, and scissors.

Father’s Day Card

How much do you all love him? Thiiiiiiiiiis much, right? Show him; it’s super easy! Here are the 3 simple steps to follow:

  1. Trace your child’s hand, then cut out two copies.
  2. Cut out a strip of paper and fold it accordion style. Use letter rub-ons or stickers to add the words “I Love You” on the outside, and “This Much” on the strip of paper.
  3. Glue the ends of your accordion strip on the insides of the hands, and your card is done.

Father’s Day Banner

A banner to make dad smile! It takes about 30 minutes to make with the following items – adhesive contact paper, double-sided tape and this free template. Again only 3 steps to follow!

Father’s Day Gift Bags

Until you figure out what gift you’re getting/making this year, at least you have a DIY origami shirt gift bag. They are quick and affordable, and they work like a charm. Follow these steps after collecting the following from PNA gift wrap, scissors, grocery bags or lunch sacks, depending on what size you’d like to make, acrylic paints (optional), paintbrushes and a glue gun.

Photo Blocks

Just right for dad’s desk – a reminder of the kids’ love and appreciation for him, but also as a note holder for other stuff happening. You could stick to two blocks for PA or three blocks for DAD, add photos to one side or all the other sides – easily customisable in the way that works for you. Here’s the tutorial and what you will need: wooden block, acrylic paint, sponge brush, photos, letter stickers (optional), Modge Podge, white cardstock, and markers.

PNA’s Father’s Day Tip

Who is your daddy?! What we mean by that is what type of father do you have? Because we have just the right gifts according to his personality type in-store for you! Keep an eye on our social for personality-type items you can find at specific stores.

Also, share which products you like most and what you will likely buy your old man on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.

Wishing all dads, a fantastic Father’s Day!

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