Inspired Quotables for Crafting
By Melanie Christiansen
Use these sayings to add the finishing touch for the guys on
your gift-giving lists. Some humorous, some heartfelt, and a
few just plain hokey, they are sure to bring a smile on a special
· Father of the Year!
· No matter how tall I grow, I
will always look up to my Dad.
· Dad: King of the Remote Control
· You the Man!
· It's a Guy Thing
· The best gift a father can give
his child is the gift of himself, especially when that child
grows up and needs things
fixed around the house!
· "A father is the hands that hold you safe." Jane
· Any guy can be a father. It takes
someone special to be a Daddy.
· At first a pesky brother -- now
I wouldn't trade for any other -- my dear friend, my little
· Any man can be a father, but
it takes a real man to change a dirty diaper.
· There's a special bathroom in
heaven for the father of girls.
· A father is neither an anchor
to hold us back, nor a sail to take us there, but a guiding
light whose love shows
us the way.
· You put the "grand" in
· Some day I may find my prince
charming but DADDY will always be my superhero.
· Super Dad!
· By the time a man realizes that
maybe his father was right, he usually has a son who thinks
he is wrong!
· A-1 Uncle
· Little Mister Son-Shine
· I've been blessed twice: To call
you my brother (uncle, father, etc) and to call you my friend.
· Buddies + Beverages = Male-Bonding
· "Children can find other children to be pals.
Children need fathers to be fathers." Garrison Keillor
· A father and his car keys are
· Fathers like you are far and
few -- Just one reason that I love you!
· A father carries pictures where
his money used to be.
· Dad's Dream: To one day have
enough money to live the way the wife and kids do.
· God couldn't be everywhere, so
he invented dads
· Grandpas are like libraries:
full of great stories
· Super Sensational Special Son
· My buddy -- my brother
· Every sister needs a brother
· Like Father, Like Son
lives in northwest Ohio with her husband of 12 years, their
of 11 years, and their two-year-old
child. Raising their daughter is her full-time job. On the
side, she runs an online support group for housewives and sells
toys, along with her own handmade crafts. Her website is mamalanie/craftycrafterson..