I absolutely love celebrating Father’s Day (I know some of the BEST dads around!) but honestly, I’m sorta terrible when it comes to getting them gifts. <insert crying emoji> This year, my boys and I made these fun Father’s Day Personalized Coasters to gift. Once you have the supplies, each one can be made in less than 15 minutes and is a perfect way to preserve your kids’ silly faces for many years to come!
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Father’s Day Personalized Coasters
- 4″x4″ Glass Squares
- Iron-On Dark Fabric Transfer Paper
- Sticky Back Felt Sheets
- Squished Face Pictures (see below)
Step One. You’re going to need some squishy faced pictures (yes, that is the technical name) to use for your coasters. We took ours with the help of a square frame in front of a white background. We had tons of fun taking them! By the way, I didn’t include this process in the 15 minute time limit since the pictures were taken months ago and just sat on my computer until we were ready to make the coasters. Hello procrastination!
Step Two. Edit the pictures to be 4″ x 4″, print on the iron-on sheet, and trim out the body and face.
Step Three. Lay the picture face down on the glass coaster and iron on high to adhere.
Step Four. Lay the coaster down on the adhesive side of the felt sheet, press to secure, and trim. Repeat steps if you’re planning on making more.
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My boys and I had so much fun making these Father’s Day Personalized Coasters and I know that my husband is going to crack up every time he uses them. Of course, you could totally customize these to fit your needs. How fun would it be to have four different funny faces from one kid? Or what about putting peanut butter on the glass frame and having a dog lick it off? Squishy dog tongue coaster? I so want one!