Think your dad is one of a kind? Give him a gift that will make him wish every day was Father's Day.
: Children under 10 should use safety scissors, and an adult should help older children.
Step 1: Choose an album Pick a scrapbook to use for your father's day album. Find one with your dad's favorite colors and a blank cover you can decorate later.
Step 2: Go to the archives Collect photos and memorabilia associated with your father. Divide the items into themed categories to make a variety of unique pages.
TIP: Use color copies of photos if you're worried about ruining the originals Use color copies of photos if you're worried about ruining the originals.
Step 3: Stock up on stock Buy cardstock to use as frames for your pictures. Pick up a few different styles, so they pop against the pages.
Step 4: Accessorize Find related accessories to add -- craft stores carry a wide variety of stickers, stamps, and 3-D decorations, many with father's day themes.
Step 5: Make the album Assemble your pages by cutting, pasting, and matting your items. Use acid-free, waterproof, and fade-proof pens to write messages and add details for your father on each page of the memory album.
TIP: Use page protectors to preserve your scrapbook over time.
Step 6: Decorate the cover Write a title on the cover of your memory album and decorate it using a particularly meaningful or funny photo. Then tie a ribbon around the album, give it to your dad, and bask in his adoration.
FACT: In 2007, a 90-year-old man from India fathered his 21st child.