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Fathers Day Chocolate Tie

by EricaL (follow)
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A simple craft project to give to Dad as a gift for Fathers Day. With tasty treats, he's sure to appreciate this more than a regular tie.



Fathers Day Chocolate Necktie


Time: 30 minutes with preparation from parent/carer
Age: Under 5's, 5-10's
Level: Easy



Fathers Day Chocolate Necktie


Materials
Coloured card or coloured paper (and stick to the back of cereal box or similar)
Scissors
Glue
Embellishments (stickers, glitter etc)
Stamps
Colour pens or crayons
Small wrapped chocolates
Sticky tape



Fathers Day Chocolate Necktie


Method
Cut the coloured card or paper into the shape of a tie. A parent or carer will need to do this part for younger children.
Children can then decorate the tie as they wish. Colouring, sticking and adding embellishments are all fun.
Next stick four chocolates onto the decorated tie with sticky tape.



Fathers Day Chocolate Necktie


Categories
#Fathers Day
#Under 5s
#5 to 10s
#Easy
#Cheap
#Chocolates
#Gift
#Dad
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