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Mailbox for dad. Father's Day craft

Mailbox for dad. Father's Day craft


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You cannot imagine the face that the father of your child will make when he receives this beautiful mailbox with magnet as a gift, also carrying a loving message from his little one. A gift to surprise dad.

Guiainfantil.com proposes a simple and very easy craft to do with the children for Father's Day or as a gift for their birthday.

  • Cardboard plate with prints
  • Plain cardboard plate
  • Markers of different colors
  • A magnet
  • Pencil
  • Pair of scissors
  • Rule
  • Glue
  • 1 sheet

1- Before starting to make the mailbox, you should gather the following materials: a paper plate with a pattern that you like the most, a plain paper plate, scissors, labels of different colors, a magnet and glue.

2- With the help of a ruler, measure and mark the half of the smooth plate, cut it out and then glue it to the bottom of the printed plate.

3- With a marker of the color you like the most, write ‘Dad’s mailbox’.

4- Turn the plate over and stick the magnet.

5- Take a sheet of paper, fold it twice and have your son write the message he wants to his dad.

6- And finally, enter the message in the mailbox. And here we have our dad's mailbox. Now we just have to hang it on the refrigerator door.

What a surprise dad is going to get !!!


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