My husband and son share a special bond, Home Depot. It started with the race car carts they have, moved to the ride on mowers and now when they go it’s all about forklifts. This craft uses glue and water but if you have modge–podge that will work too.
- Gather your materials. We went for a leisurely walk around Home Depot and grabbed all the free leaflets with their logo on them. We also used an old jar, glue, water , scissors and a paint brush.
- Start by clipping out the logo from the leaflets. We also decided on green as the background color so we clipped out big pieces of green as well.
- Mix 3:1 ( glue to water), mix well.
- Brush a thin layer on and lay down your back ground color.
- Add more glue mix
- Add your logos
- Add more glue mix.
- Let dry.
- Fill with pencils, frequently used screw drivers or even things like screws or nails.
The Real Me! says
Too cute! Though our would probably have to say Lowe's on it because it's closer! LOL
Great craft, Allie! I'm thinking of posting a Father's Day card that my preschool classes make for Works for Me Wednesday tomorrow! Be on the lookout! 🙂
Kim- I was sure Lowe's was going to be mentioned !
Teri if I don't comment early – remind me I don't want to miss it!
HMMM…maybe we could do it with a Penn State theme. 🙂 A great idea! As always!
Yes a sports theme would be great- if I had enough UT longhorn brochures I would have done that for sure!
so cute! what a great idea. Love it.
Getting that book.. sounds like a nice read, and a good “appreciate your father” book.
Have you read this one?
Playtime to Bed