Father’s Day- Don’t Forget your Priest!

Don’t you call your priest “Father”? He can’t have biological children of his own, so I think this is a nice time to show him some appreciation! 🙂

I came up with this craft for packaging your Father’s Day gift to your priest. It’s a sort of a counterpart to all the “necktie” stuff you see for regular Father’s Day gifts.

Felt clerical collar with happy Father's Day tag

What you need to make your “Priest Necktie”

  • White and Black felt or paper
  • Glue
  • Scissors
Felt, scissors, and hot glue gun

Cut a strip of black, and glue on a little white square for the collar. Then just wrap it around any present for your priest and attach with some tape!

Maybe a bottle of wine.
Wine bottle with happy Father's Day tag


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Or put it around a rosary!
Felt clerical collar around box with rosary with happy Father's day tag



Ok… maybe your priest has enough rosaries. But you can wrap the collar around any present for your priest, like gift cards, homemade cookies or a loaf of bread, or even a “coupon” for a home cooked meal with you and your family! Don’t forget to tell him, “Happy Father’s Day!” 🙂

I’m going to leave you with this funny little video about getting your priest a cake for father’s day.



  1. What an awesome idea!

  2. Kathleen's Catholic says

    This is terrific, Lacy!

  3. Amazing_Grace says

    Oh! Thanks for the reminder! I would have forgotten about my priest for Father's Day!


  4. Thanks for the great idea!! We made a bunch of father's day cards and I posted them over at my blog (along with link and a tutorial!).


    Loving your blog!

  5. Love this idea ☺️