Learn how to make Father’s Day cards that will steal dad’s heart!
A meaningful DIY Father’s Day card can take a lot of creativity and planning. Father’s Day is June 17. Yikes! Let’s get busy!
I’ve rounded up some of the most adorable homemade Father’s Day cards on the planet! Most are fairly easy. If you need additional inspiration, I urge you to check out our Father’s Day Designs.
DIY Father’s Day Cards
Sweet and easy! Alpha Mom has a free Super Dad Card printable that can be customized for any father. Just color the page, insert a photo of dad’s face and fill in the blanks to describe your amazing Pop.
Tell him you love him to the moon and back with a colorful rocket card! NonToyGifts offers a free rocket card template to help you create this card for your special dad. The orange and red yarn add a clever trail of smoke.
Dad won’t mind getting these ties for Father’s Day. Too cute! Martha Stewart definitely knows how to make a Father’s Day card with class. Rev up your hot glue gun for some bow tie fun!
Appeal to the geek in your father with a DIY iDad Father’s Day card! SheKnows gives easy-to-follow instructions for making these faux iPads for the guy who just can’t put the device down. A free iDad printable template will get you started.
This Father’s Day card by We R Memory Keepers is very, very sweet and a treasure Dad will cherish. If you like to scrapbook or are a die-hard crafter, you’ll enjoy the challenge! The accordion-style album filled with personal photos and embellishments melts my heart.
6. Shirt & Tie Card
It really doesn’t get any easier than this! Our talented staff made this Shirt & Tie Card in about 5 minutes and it’s cute as can be!
2 sheets legal-size cardstock in coordinating colors/patterns
Use one sheet of cardstock paper to draw and cut out a tie to fit your card. If you don’t trust your drawing skills, visit Totally Promotional’s Father’s Day Pinterest Board for your choice of free printable tie templates!
Cut and fold the second sheet of cardstock paper to create your card.
Make a 2-inch slit in the top center of the card front, and fold back the edges so they resemble a collar.
Use double-stick tape or rolled pieces of tape to secure the tips of the “collar” and the tie in place.
This project is so adorable that our friends at Reader’s Digest shared it!
Now that you know how to make Father’s Day cards, it’s time to get in party mode! It’s not too late to create personalized Father’s Day favors and party supplies to honor good ‘ole dad. Make him feel special at that backyard BBQ with custom-printed can coolers, stadium cups and napkins!
Totally Promotional wishes dads everywhere a very happy Father’s Day!