This year you can use these Great Father’s Day Card Ideas to create just what the Daddy in your life will love. From kids making homemade cards, to you creating specialty photo cards to send to a father who lives out of town, these are some of our favorite ways to show Dad you care this year. Let the kids get involved to create or pick out what is sent, and grab these ahead of time to make this a great Father’s Day for the men in your life.
Great Father’s Day Card Ideas
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This Washi Tape Father’s Day Card from Washi Tape Crafts is one of our favorite DIY cards out there. Not only will it be inexpensive, it will be easy for anyone to create. Choose your own favorite color themes and make a card that Dad will cherish for years to come. Grab stamps, stencils or stick on letters, and follow the instructions in their post on how to make this a great Father’s Day card from scratch this year.
Elegance and Enchantment offers up this awesome Retro Printable Father’s Day Card that is sure to make any dad smile. It’s a great throwback look that is fun and whimsical. It suits the hipster crowd, or the dad who loves the retro look. It also includes awesome printables that you can put on a beer or soda bottle for personalization!
Ties have been a classic Father’s Day gift for years, and this DIY Tie Father’s Day Card on Kid Pep is a great way to pay homage to the classic gift without cluttering their closet or sock dresser drawer with a tie they will never wear. It’s a simple and fun father’s day card the kids can get involved in making with you. Pick colors and themes that suit your Dad and have fun creating this cute card!
Another fun spin on the classic tie is this super Quick Father’s Day Card on Organized 31 that looks just like a shirt and tie! This is a great last minute card idea for the dad you somehow forgot to buy a card for. It’s also a great craft to make with the kids if you have a preschool class to teach.
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Not only are these great options available for creating your own homemade Father’s Day cards, you can easily upload photos to sites like Tiny Prints, or Shutterfly and create your own custom cards with images of your kids.
Which are your favorite Father’s Day card ideas? Tell us in the comments!