This Father’s Day Tie printable is so easy to use! You can attach them to wrapped gifts, a white paper lunch bag, or even use them around the neck of your favorite root beer!
Today’s project is just the perfect little printable to add to gifts. Just print out and attach! Kids can write a message on the back for their dads!
Supplies to use with FREE Printables
- My Favorite scissors
- glue dots or tape
- Wrapped present or white paper bag
- Printable (down below)
How to use the Father’s day Tie printables
There are lots of different things you can put these ties on. I put them on wrapped boxes. But you can add them to just about anything! There are lots of different colors and patterns of ties so pick your favorite when printing!
Print out the ties
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This post also shows how you can make sure you are getting the best prints by adjusting your settings!
You can also upload printables to staples or office max and have them print them as well!
I printed mine normal size for the box and at at 5×7 size for the white paper lunch box!
Cutting out the printables:
I love Fiskars! Nice sharp scissors will really make these ties look good!
If you need to attach anything to the printables-I personally love glue dots! They are round and clear and help stick to the item easily! The ones I linked to are permanent- but they do offer removable ones! You can also just use regular tape.
Assemble the father’s day gift.
Grab your gift and your tie. I just taped mine directly on. If the kids have written on the back, just make sure to attach it to the top of the necktie. The neck-straps can be wrapped all the way around the present.
To turn a white paper bag into a shirt. You snip both sides about 1 1/2 – 2 inches down from the top. Fold in at an angle. I used tape to keep them closed like a shirt collar.
Download the Father’s Day Tie Printable:
To access this printable, just click the link and the printable download will automatically start! There are 10 different patterns so just print the ones you want to use!
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