Father’s Day Cards To Make-Kids Frugal Fun

Father's Day Cards to make

Each week I bring you a craft that is fun and frugal. Father’s Day is right around the corner so in the next month, I will be creating Homemade Father’s Day gifts for this very important holiday! 

If you’ve missed any previous crafts, check out Momondealz’s Kids Frugal Fun page.

Just a side note, I laminateas much as I can when doing crafts…it really helps to preserve them.

Remember, if you love any of my crafts, be sure to Pin them on Pinterest!

My kids always create homemade cards for every birthday, holiday, or special occasion.  Father’s Day is no different!

Father’s Day Cards To Make:

My kids always create homemade cards for every birthday, holiday, or special occasion.  Father’s Day is no different!  There are a wide variety of cards you can create and here are some of my favorite!

Top 5 List Card:

The top of this card it shown above…here is the inside:

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List the top 5 things you love about your Dad (or grandfather, uncle, father figure in your ,life).  Depending on your child’s age, you can cut and paste images from the internet, have your child draw their favorite things, or they can write their favorite things!

 

Hand Print Card:

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Some may feel that using handprints are over done but there are endless possibilities to using hand prints!  My stepfather love fishing so we made the boys hand prints into fish!

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Pop Up Card:

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This one is so much easier to make than it looks!

Step 1:  Fold Paper in half.
Step 2.  Draw 2 lines on the folded end about and inch long and cut.

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Step 3:  Open card and pull out the cut piece to create your “pop up piece”.

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Step 4:  Glue whatever image you’d like to pop up at your Dad!

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