Easy Change DIY Photo Cufflinks from PJM & A Quick Felt Gift Pouch {Personalized Father’s Day Gift}

All the Daddies I have to purchase Father’s Day gifts for are pretty hard buys. {My husband, Dad and Father in Law all basically have everything manly men need or they go and buy whatever they want…whenever they want} So I pretty much rack my brains when out when holidays come around.


There is one thing that I always seem to fall back on though….personalized photo gifts. {you can never go wrong with a picture of your little one and their happy face}


This year I am pretty much taking the easy road on gifts as I found these Easy Change Photo Cufflinks …simple, quick, easy and you can personalize them however you want. They are from Photo Jewelry Making and can be found {here}. They sell a couple different cufflink kits, however this easy change kit is a no-brainer.

It comes with everything you need along with a software disc that re-sizes any of your photos to fit – The photos can be printed right from your computer on the photo paper that is included as well. The hard part is simply choosing just one photo.


Unscrew the cufflinks, insert your photo over the clear plastic cover and screw back together. They have a really nice weight to them and look like they were custom ordered. I made a couple with photos and one with the logo to my hubby’s Jeep club – You could print just about anything and put inside.


For the quick wrapping {to match this incredible all together easy gift} I cut a piece of felt into a perfect square using pinking shears to give the edges a little design. For this particular gift the square measured 9 inches.


I cut a tiny slit into the points of each corner edge and ran a piece of ribbon through each hole.


I added a tie along with the cufflinks to the center of the felt and pulled the ribbon together to close making a cute little package.


Quick, simple and super easy =) What do you get the hard to buy guys on your list??

                  

Comments

  1. Fabulous idea, personalized gifts are always the best!! I love the little pouch you created.

  2. This is so pretty, the best gift a dad could received.

        

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