We’ve made it easy for you to find the cutest Father’s Day cards and gift tags They’re right here–free and available for instant download. It doesn’t get any easier than that! Tuck them in with gifts, or gift them outright with a special message from YOU inside. We’ve created a variety of designs to share with you. Use them this year–and in the years to come.
FREE Father’s Day Cards
These Father’s Day cards are perfect for children of all ages to give to dads. They’re even fun for grownups to give. Just click the image below to access the printable cards and tags. You’ll find a TON of designs to choose from.
Click this image to download your free cards.
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Simple Gift Ideas for Father’s Day
Sometimes the smallest, most simple gifts are the best. Your free cards and tags would look great with the following items:
- a Big Hunk candy bar
- a bag of “pop”corn
- a can of Dad’s rootbeer soda “pop”
- a bag of jerky
- a new tie
- a funny pair of socks
- a handmade item
- a gift card
- a homemade treat
- a handmade coupon promising to do a chore
Save for Next Father’s Day Too
Happy Father’s Day to everyone! How will you celebrate Father’s Day this year?
Free Father’s Day printables for kids to color
Don’t forget dear Dad this weekend. It’s his one weekend he gets to shine and be noticed! I did some heavy research and found out a few things your dad and/or husband told me they/he wanted. I’m sharing a free printable with some of these great coupons that came from my excellent sleuthing. Have the kids color or paint them, then cut them out and slip them in his wallet or scriptures to surprise him this Sunday morning. Or maybe send him on a treasure hunt to collect them! He might prefer to just sit on the couch and have the kids run around to collect them. Whichever way, they will be a great gift that he is sure to redeem in the near future! Find all the downloads available HERE!
Image taken from pagingsupermom.com and her post with a line-up of great last minute Father’s Day gifts and family night’s that focus on dear dad.
I also found several great ideas from the Paging Supermom website. I love the game and the cookie prize award! These would go great paired with the above handmade coupons. And the best part? The kids can be a part of the creating! Wrap you arms around Dad’s neck and give him a book of coupons, a prize cookie and a great big kiss!
This guest post was submitted by Aimee Ferre. She grew up in the desert of East Mesa in Arizona, but married a mountain loving Utah boy. She currently lives in Sandy, Utah and is a mom to 3 daughters. She owns a small crafting business where she creates holiday decor and specializes in hand-lettering. You can always find her creating new projects or planning gatherings for friends and family. Follow her on Instagram to see what is currently on her desk or find her blog at www.aimeeferre.com.
Can you believe that summer is just around the corner? Today was my little guy’s last day of preschool! If you are a planner like me, you might be looking ahead to the summer months and already starting to plan things out.
In June, the Come Follow Me curriculum is all about the priesthood, which is so fitting because Father’s Day is also in June. I decided to make these fun printables that can be used as a gift to recognize and thank the men in our life for using priesthood power to bless our lives.
Included in this kit are two different printables. One is a bottle wrap to wrap around a bottle of Powerade. The other is a tag that can be used to tie around a bottle of Powerade, or to use with any gift. I also created these on 2 different sizes of paper, 11×17 (to be able to wrap around the entire bottle) and 8.5×11. All the files are available here.
These printables also coordinate with the Come Follow Me lesson printables that are available here.