Dad’s and Grandpa’s are the best. They are always there for a game of catch, a ride in the car, or a big bear hug.
This Father’s Day, have the kids let them know how much they mean to them with a homemade card that they can treasure forever.
This 3D Father’s Day card craft is the perfect way to show Dad or Grandpa how much kids care.
It’s a fun and hands-on project that kids of all ages will enjoy. Plus, it’s a great way to give a card that is truly one-of-a-kind.
So this June, take some time to make a special card for the Dad or Grandpa in your life. They’ll be sure to appreciate the effort!
Also, browse through all of our Father’s Day crafts for more ideas.
Bowtie Father’s Day Card
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- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Bowtie & sweater vest template (enter your email in the form at the end of this post to have the link sent to you)
Download the template, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
Take the white card base and fold it in half to create the card.
Glue the sweater vest to the front of the white card.
Next, create the bowtie by gluing each end of the bowtie piece in the middle.
Finish up by wrapping the bowtie rectangle around the middle of the bowtie and glue it in place.
Place the completed bowtie near the top and middle of the front of the card.
Open the card and write a special message inside.
Father’s Day Ideas For kids
This Father’s Day, why not give your dad something that comes from the heart? These crafts, activities, and printables are all designed with dads in mind, and they’re sure to bring a smile to his face.
From hand-print crafts to homemade cards, these gifts are fun to make and will let Dad know just how much he means to the kids. Check out these fun ideas below.
Books About Dad
Reading to kids is one of the most important things that you can do for their development! Not only does it help to expand their vocabulary and improve their communication skills, but it also fosters a love of learning.
These books about Dad are a great way to get kids ready for Father’s Day:
Made For Me – In the sweet children’s book Made For Me, Dad and his child are inseparable. They have so much fun together! Dad is always there for his little one, whether it’s playing ball, reading stories, or just giving big hugs. This special bond between father and child is truly beautiful. Made For Me is a heartwarming story that will fill readers of all ages with love and happiness.
I Love You, Daddy – This is an adorable children’s book about a Little Bear and his Daddy Bear. The cute story follows Little Bear as he goes about his day, doing things that Daddy Bear says he’s ready to try. At the end of the day, they snuggle up together and say goodnight. The book is a sweet and encouraging story for dads and their little ones. It’s sure to bring a smile to any reader’s face.
Just Me And My Dad – This is a cute children’s book about a young boy and his father going camping. The classic illustrations are fun and the story is simple but sweet. The book follows the boy as he and his dad set up camp, fish in the stream, tell ghost stories, and enjoy each other’s company out in nature.
Crafts For Dad
Crafting is more than just a way to pass the time. It can also be a valuable tool for young children, helping them to develop essential skills and express their creativity.
Through crafting, kids can learn to follow instructions, solve problems, and think outside the box. Try adding in some of these fun Father’s Day crafts:
Hooked On Daddy Craft – This cute fish craft is the perfect way to show Dad how much he’s loved and appreciated. It’s also a fun activity for kids of all ages. Kids will love saying they’re “hooked on daddy!”.
Father’s Day Popsicle Craft – One of the best things about being a dad is getting to be the “cool guy” in their kid’s lives. They get to be the one kids look up to and the one they want to be like. So this Father’s Day, let your kids tell dad that he’s still the “bomb” with this cute and easy craft.
Father’s Day Toolbox Craft – This Father’s Day, give Dad a gift that celebrates his handyman skills. This toolbox craft is made entirely from paper, but it looks like the real thing. Dad will love filling it with the tools and gadgets.
Father’s Day Gift Ideas
It can be tough finding the perfect gift for Dad, especially if you want to give him something that is both thoughtful and practical. However, we’ve found some we think Dad will love. Check them out below:
This Father’s Day, give Dad a gift that he’ll cherish forever with this personalized fishing keychain with the kids’ names on the fish. It’s adorable and Dad can take it wherever he goes!
For the dad who loves to tinker in the garage, this “I’ll be in the garage” shirt is the perfect gift. It perfectly captures the sentiment of a dad who loves spending time working on his car or fixing things around the house.
This baseball sign is the perfect way to tell Dad how much he’s loved. The message is simple but powerful: “God hit a home run when he made you my dad.” It’s a sweet way to let Dad know that he’s the best there is, and that he’s loved unconditionally.
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More Activities For Kids
- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Bowtie & sweater vest template
- Download the template, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
- Take the white card base and fold it in half to create the card.
- Glue the sweater vest to the front of the white card.
- Next, create the bowtie by gluing each end of the bowtie piece in the middle.
- Finish up by wrapping the bowtie rectangle around the middle of the bowtie and glue it in place.
- Place the completed bowtie near the top and middle of the front of the card.
- Open the card and write a special message inside.