Starting to think about what to get Dad for Father’s Day? I recently did a guest post over at Tatertots & Jello & showed how to make Dad some Stamped Initial Cuff Links. In case you missed it there, I’m sharing here today…Even beginner crafters can do this project in less than 20 minutes, & when you’re done, you’ll have a great personalized gift that will really show Dad how much you love him!You’ll need: a few scraps of light-colored fabric ( I chose beige linen), some bezel cuff links found where jewelry making supplies are sold**, a small covered button kit (I used the 5/8″ size buttons, but it will depend on the size of cufflinks you use), some mini alphabet stamps & ink pad, and some strong adhesive such as E-6000.PhotobucketStart by cutting the fabric in two small squares, approximately 1 inch X 1 inch eachPhotobucketNext, stamp Dad’s initials onto the fabric. (I use these alphabet stamps for so many projects! I got mine at Hobby Lobby–use a 40% off coupon for a great deal!)PhotobucketPhotobucketNext, follow the instructions for making the covered button, being careful to keep the stamped initial centered on the front of the button.PhotobucketPhotobucketThen use the point of a pair of pliers or other tool to bend the shank of the button over & allow the button to lie flat.PhotobucketNow you’re ready to attach the buttons to the cuff links! Using E-6000 or another strong adhesive, carefully glue the buttons into the bezels of the cuff links. That’s it! A super-easy project that’s a lot of fun as well!PhotobucketAnd Dad’s favorite part will be knowing that you made them especially for him!Photobucket**Note: if you are unable to find the bezel cuff links, you may want to try using some plain, inexpensive cuff links with a flat surface & glue the buttons on to them.Hope you like this project! I’m linking it with a few of these parties!