Father’s Day Card Ideas for the Special Guy in Your Life
Father’s Day is just around the corner, and in our book, there’s no better way to celebrate than with a Father’s Day Card Ideas and homemade card. Even if you’re not a master crafter, Dad will still love receiving one of these heartfelt DIYs, mistakes and all. So dust off your crafting stash and keep reading for some genius Father’s Day Card Ideas.
Father’s Day Card Ideas – The Greatest Gift (Card)
For DIY-obsessed dads, we love this easy idea from Lil’ Luna. It’s a free printable, so all you have to do is print it out, cut it out and stick it on the gift card of your choice.
Father’s Day Card Ideas – Super Dad
Remind Dad how special he is with this fun card from Kaminski’s Creations. The front looks like a shirt and tie, but open it up, and he’ll find a superhero surprise.
Father’s Day Card Ideas – Colored with Love
Get your little one involved making this simple card from Solis Plus One. Tots can go to town filling the page with color.
Father’s Day Card Ideas – Sign Him Up
Emojis are so yesterday. Use sign language to tell Dad how you really feel about him. Delia Creates has designed stylish (and free) downloadable templates that your sidekick can use to choose just the right message to tell Dad how much he means to everyone.
Father’s Day Card Ideas – The Story of His Life
Timepieces like this creative fill-it-out yourself booklet designed by Hello, Wonderful are what memories are made of. Your guy will forever cherish the innocently hilarious answers his kiddos give to creative questions like, “the most fun thing I’ve done with my dad is…” and “my dad smells like…”
Father’s Day Card Ideas – Spell It Out
Surprise Dad when he walks through the door on his special day with this colorful card that doubles as a banner. Let him slowly pull out the greeting, like a magician pulling an endless string of hankies from his sleeve. Then hang it across the mantle, so Dad really gets the message.
Father’s Day Card Ideas – Color Me Dad
This coloring superhero card by Alpha Mom is an easy-breezy option that ranks high on cuteness factor—the best combo if we do say so ourselves. The kids can customize the fill in the blank section to make it their very own.
Father’s Day Card Ideas – Snappy Father’s Day
Chalk, check. Driveway, check. Adorable kids that make your photo come to life, double check. That’s everything you need to make this sweet Father’s Day card we spotted over at Crafty Texas Girls. Looking for a gift too? Have the photo turned into a mug, mousepad, or keychain!
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Father’s Day Card Ideas – Wheel of Choices
Between a great meal, a nap, a chance to cheer for his favorite team or dad-on-kid quality time, you can keep it simple when deciding on Dad’s gift this year. This printable card from Julep is ready for him to spin the wheel of wish lists and decide just what he wants most for Father’s Day. Card AND gift completed.
Father’s Day Card Ideas – Happy Hero Day
Celebrate the spider killing, boo-boo kissing guy who waits patiently at the bottom of the slide so his cutie pie can slide confidently down, knowing he’ll be there, with this well-earned jar of goodies. Let your little one decide what to fill it with.
Father’s Day Card Ideas – Spiffy Sayings
This bow-tie card is a keeper, especially when you take a photo of your little one holding it and turn it into a gift or (even better!) dad’s new screen saver. The template and tutorial are available at Julep. This a perfect DIY card for the three and under set—easy-peasy—just the way we like it!
Father’s Day Card Ideas – Dad’s Secret ‘Stache
Who knew a paper bag could moonlight as a totally adorable card and gift idea? Every dad has a favorite treat (think: cookies, cinnamon rolls, cupcakes), so choose that and add it to this personalized gift bag. The brainchild of Marvelous Mommy, zip over and find out how to score Dad’s Secret ‘Stache!