I don’t know about you, but I always have a hard time coming up with gifts for men. Since Father’s Day is coming up, I came up with a fun Father’s Day craft to make for a dad that likes to be handy. It’s a tie tack made from an actual screw, which is pretty cool. It looks like the screw is going through the tie. Fun!
Add the tie tack to a hardware store gift card, and you’ve got the perfect DIY Father’s Day gift for dad!
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Use the Dremel Tool to cut the head off the screw. This will make a lot of heat and sparks, so be sure to wear safety goggles and gloves, and make sure there is nothing flammable around. I recommend putting the base of the screw in a clamp while cutting.
Try to get as close to the head of the screw as you can and get as clean of a cut as possible.
Put the screw head, top down, on the table and put a blob of glue on it. Wait for the glue to get a little tacky, and then push the back of the tie tack into the glue. If the back of your screw is a little uneven, do your best to keep it straight until the glue dries a little. Adjust it to make it straight, and then you can add more glue around it with a toothpick.
Wait for it to dry completely, and you’re done! It’s a pretty easy Father’s Day craft once you get past the power tool part. You can always ask Dad to help you with it, just don’t tell him what it’s for. 🙂
For more fun Father’s Day crafts, check out these other ideas.
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