Making Father's Day Neck Tie Gift Bags

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A fun way to easily decorate a dad's gift bag. This is a page about making Father's Day neck tie gift bags.


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Create a special gift bag for Dad and fill with homemade treats, something salty and something sweet, for a gift he'll love.

Approximate Time: 30 minutes



  1. Cut about a 2 inch slit down from the top edge of the lunch bag.
  2. Fold each side back and glue into place. This will resemble a shirt collar.
  3. Glue a small shirt button on each corner of the flaps that were glued down.
  4. Draw a tie onto a piece of cardboard and cut out.
  5. Using the tie pattern, trace around it onto a piece of fabric (plaid works well to resemble a tie). Cut out the fabric tie and glue down center front of bag.
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  7. Write the following poem on the back of the bag: "Dad, I think you are so sweet, the very salt of my earth. So here is a tasty treat, for only a fraction of your worth. It's just a little way to say a very HAPPY FATHER'S DAY!"

By Mom of 1 from Wilkesboro, NC

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If you have a man on your gift list, here is a cute way to wrap a gift with little expense and lots of fun!

Total Time: Less than half an hour

Yield: As many as you have bags to fill


  • Google eyes or a pen to draw eyes onto bag
  • bags or envelopes the size of the gift you will be wrapping
  • mustaches- I use ones downloaded or prepackaged. You may also draw them on, if you prefer.
  • Wrapping paper for the tie. If you don't have that, use contact paper or draw a pattern onto the bag or envelope.
  • Glue- I used a hot glue gun, but any glue with work.


  1. Glue eyes onto bag or envelope. (I have shown one option for each.)
  2. Adhere mustache.
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  4. Make tie pattern. I got out a tie and traced around the top and bottom.
  5. Paste tie on.
  6. You are now finished decorating your bag.
  7. For future use, place the tie pattern and leftover wrapping paper in a clear bag for future use. You might even throw in some google or wiggle eyes!
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