he'll flip for it!

I've always encouraged our kids to create handmade cards and gifts for family members; it's a tradition my Mom began with my brother and I and one that I've continued. And because I love a good craft project, I created a greeting card flip book using kraft mini bags as the base.

I thought it would be fun for each of our girls to answer questions about their DaDa, having them write their thoughts in their own handwriting. We chose the theme "Favorites" and the girls will write their answers on the tabbed notecards you see below that we'll slip inside the bags that have been held together with a prong paper fastener from the office supply store.

Our Number One Dad is also getting this little gem, which {ahem} I'm sure he'll wear proudly! You still have time to make one for your own #1 and you can find your free download here.


  1. Tout simplement magnifique et très original! Merci beaucoup pour l'inspiration, c'est bien là une magnifique idée;)

  2. Love your kraft bag project. So fun & fab for dad day gift giving. :)

  3. Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [15 Jun 12:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

  4. I really love your blog. I have been following for a few months or so. I made my first mini album. It didn't turn out as cute as yours. Thanks for sharing all your talent! Also Im having trouble linking you from my post.


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