Fast, Fun Father's Day Cards
Tell Dad how much you love him this Father's Day with a card you made yourself. We've got step-by-step instructions and free printables for creating cards Dad is sure to love.
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Best Dad in the Galaxy
Let Dad know just how much you love him with this space-inspired card. He'll be over the moon.
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Ice Pop Card
Think your Dad is rad? Gift him with this punny treat-inspired card.
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Fill-In Tie Card
A set of printable tie-shape cards is the perfect semihomemade Father's Day card for kids. Print and cut out the design, then have the kids fill in their answers about Dad. He'll love the homemade touch, and the tie design is too cute!
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Hit a Home Run
Knock Dad out of the park with this baseball-inspired card. Use brads and red thread to create the look of baseball stitching. This one is sure to impress.
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Printable Gift Tags
You have the perfect card for Dad, now you need something to dress up his gift. We've got you covered—download our complete set of gift tags for the perfectly dressed up Father's Day gift.
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"D" Is for Dad
Use screwhead brads to layer solid and patterned cardstock together to create a striking card. The mostly no-nonsense look is enhanced by a sentimental silhouette of father and son.
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Father's Day Coloring Pages
Instead of a traditional card, let the kids color their own coloring sheets for dad! We love the fill-in coloring page, and Dad will love reading how the kids answered each prompt.
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Whiskey Card Tag
Choose a card with a good pun this Father's Day. We love this Father's Day printable for a dad who likes his whiskey. Add the design to the front of a card, or use it as a gift tag attached to a bottle of his favorite whiskey.
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Dancing Dad Card
Does Dad love to dance? This cute card pretty much sums it up!
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You're the Best
Let Dad know he's a star on Father's Day with this sentimental greeting featuring stamped stars, decorative paper with words such as fishing and baseball, and a handsome ribbon detail.
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Does your dad love to fish? Then he'll be hook, line, and sinker for this cute card. Simply print, color, and give.
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All About the Paper
Choose a bold-pattern paper for the background of this card. Then create a branded look using a stamp and a circle cutter. Finish it off with a small piece of ribbon attached to the bottom of the card.
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Washi Tape Card
Stripes of colorful washi tape are all you need to create a stunning Father's Day card. Simply place coordinating patterned washi tape on cardstock and add a personalized message.
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So what if he's never won the U.S. Open! Surprise Dad with a golf-lover's card created with stamps and large golf ball-shape brads.
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Let the Kids Help
This pocket card features artwork from the kiddos. Choose a large stamp, then let the kids do the coloring. Add unique touches such as the hemp cord to hold the pocket and the brass brads.
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Slide It Out
Create a slide card by simply punching two holes in the front and back of the card. Wrap ribbon around the bottom of the card and feed through the holes at the top, then tie in a knot. Use paper with wonderful sayings about Dad written on it to complete this beautiful card.
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Creative Gift Card Holder
Use an A2 envelope to create the perfect gift card holder. Simply fold the envelope in half, then cut off the envelope flap on the right side of the fold (this will be the opening for the gift card). Next, seal the left edge of the envelope shut. Attach the card to patterned paper, using ribbon to keep the card closed. Embellish your card with a large grommet and stickers.
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Create a Fishy Masterpiece
To create this card, start by letting your little ones splatter finger paints on a sheet of white paper. Fold the sheet in half, allowing the paints to smear together to create the beautiful colors of the fish. Allow the paint to dry overnight. Use a stamp or draw fish onto the smeared paper, then let your kids cut them out. Tear blue paper to create the waves and yellow paper for the sun. For extra sparkle, top it off with glitter glue.
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Embellish a card for Dad using staples. Whether you are attaching paper or ribbon, you can use staples as a modern accessory.
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Perfect Coupon Holder
Use our coupon book maker to give Dad a booklet of redeemable goodies. Create a pocket card and stash the coupons inside. Then use brass brads and patterned papers to give this card an extra touch of pizazz.
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Make a Simple Design
Use patterned paper to create a bold grid. Create small dots using a paper piercer, allowing the cardstock paper to show through.
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Dad, U Rock
Dad will love the look of this chocolate brown and light blue Father's Day card. Simply use a clear gemstone, aluminum accents, and grosgrain ribbon to bring this rockin' greeting to life.
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The Big Guy
Every guy has his favorite lounger, and this card celebrates that fact. Combine brown cardstock, jumbo-size brads, and a clever central image to let Dad know he can relax on his special day. Stamp images onto patterned paper, then adhere to the solid-color card.