The Printable Father’s Day Cards He Will Love
Is it me, or does Father’s Day always sneak up on you too? After the crazy year we’ve had of COVID and pandemic life, the dads in our lives definitely deserve their own day, as we mothers had our special time in the spotlight.
Over the years, our kids have given their dad a new wallet with gift cards to his favorite stores (and their favorite ice cream place), an updated look for his “man cave”, LEGO gifts for adults, a family caricature, and now this year we are left scratching our heads.
What do you give a dad who has everything, gives everything, and wants nothing?!
Our kids’ dad would be perfectly happy watching golf on TV while eating stale chips with queso dip. But even if we did give him a little alone-time, it wouldn’t quite reflect how much we love him and appreciate his steadfast resolve during one of the craziest years of our family’s life.
Well, this is where a “gift from the heart” is exactly what the situation calls for. I wrote a post about a particular set of photo sessions I did with the kids, they were super easy and fun to do – and perfect for Father’s Day!
Personally, I think the “all about my dad/ mom” letters completed by young kids, are the cutest and most precious gifts a child can give.
I have my own collection from past Mother’s Day celebrations and they will forever be my most cherish letters from the kids.
This collection of Father’s Day printables is the right mix of “straight from the heart”, “customizable” and “easy to execute” – which is exactly the type of gift we can all appreciate.
Best of all: it’s completely “glitter and glue” optional!
This Father’s Day printable package is sweet and genuine – an instant keepsake for him to save for years to come.
Printable Father’s Day Cards Instructions:
So… how do you get your hands on this thoughtful and sweet Father’s Day printable gift?!
It’s so simple you wish everything in life, like dentist visits and car maintenance, was as easy and painless.
Step #1: Enter your name and email address here.
Step #2: Head over to your email to locate the email with your instantly downloadable file.
Step #3: Print the package, pull out crayons and markers. But for the love of God, do not feel obligated to use glitter and glue. Remember, this is a mom-friendly activity – no one needs the added stress and clean-up caused by the combination of glitter and glue.
Help the young kids complete the blank coupons and the “All About My Dad” letter, but be sure to let their sweet innocence shine through in the answers.
Don’t forget to give yourself a “date night with mom” coupon, since you are the one who put together this Father’s Day celebration.
I hope your Father’s Day is a raging success for dad and child, as well as yourself. With Father’s Day behind you, it’s officially time to bring on the summertime hygge.