I’m back just in time to share this Father’s Day printable.
It’s an idea that has been in my head for several years, but I could never achieve what I imagined (which is very frustrating). This year I finally had a click and I’m happy with the result. I think I will use this design as a Mother’s Day card for next year.
To make these cards, you need the files to print (at the bottom of the article), glue, a cutter, scissors, small pieces of cardboard.
For the labels, you will need string and masking tape (or other adhesive).
Print the files with the cards on thick paper and the pattern sheet on printer paper.
Cut out all the elements of the sheet and keep the card, the big hand and the text.
On the back of the hand and text, glue pieces of featherboard, then glue the items to the card.
You can use the patterned sheet to decorate the inside of an envelope.
Glue a string to the back of the little hands and circles.
With the pattern sheet, you can wrap the gift and embellish it with tags.
Cut out the large hand and use the pattern sheet to decorate the inside of an envelope.
And here’s a nice set for Father’s Day. Do you like it?
As usual, you print only the pages that interest you. The file is of course for personal use (teachers can use it for their class).
The free files as always, you will find them at the bottom of the post. If you want to support my work, you can buy me a coffee by clicking on the image below. People who know me know how addicted I am to coffee!
Feel free to share on social media. I love seeing my DIYs in your home. Don’t forget to tag me or add #doitwithmrlapin.
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