Father’s Day Cards and Printables is a paid collaboration with Boomf. I know that these are DIY and handmade, but don’t worry if you are not a fan of crafts or want to buy this year’s father’s day cards – Boomf have you covered with their huge selection of cards perfect to say Happy Father’s Day. Is there anything better than a homemade card and I have been through my archives to find you a fabulous selection of free Father’s Day cards for you to print and give to the kids. I do love a freebie and even more, I love a homemade card, so if you combine the two you have free more »
We have loads of adorable Father’s Day Cards to Make with Kids. I know that these are DIY and handmade, If you have crafty kids then we have an adorable selection of DIY Father’s Day cards to inspire the whole family from simple free printable template cards for Dad or Pop to ones you can colour in.
Sometimes you want to give a fathers day card to someone who is the Father figure in your life, but someone that you don’t necessarily call Dad which inspired me to create these free Rosette father’s Day card printables for Dad’s, Granddad’s and Step-Dads. There is even a blank one for you to personalise as needed.
Printable Thank you colouring Pages is a paid collaborative post with Epson as I am an #EpsonAbassador and I have been so thankful of our Epson printers since lockdown. I wanted to share the love and I produced two fantastic Thank you colouring pages and Thank you cards to colour which are perfect for giving to keyworkers.
I think you will go a long way to find anything better than a kid-made Christmas card, so I am delighted to be sharing with you a month’s worth of fantastic Christmas cards all made by children, along with full instructions for making them with your own children. These DIY Christmas card ideas are perfect for doing with a group of children especially KS! and preschoolers. Although there is something for kids of all ages here.
I absolutely adore this simple Father’s Day card that has been designed for you by my fab 11 year old Maxi. It is perfect for adding a little colour to as he has or for you to colour in completely and I am sure that any Dad would love being wished a Hap-pea Father’s Day. This card was inspired by the fact that MadDad is currently growing peas in the garden.
You can really create some beautiful artwork and patterns by printing flowers with celery stalks or other vegetables. You can use the artwork for Mother’s Day cards, valentines day or for wrapping paper or you can just have fun experimenting with different colours and patterns. Printing is something that really appeals to kids of all ages and adults alike. We were delighted at just how much the tightly packed stalks of celery resembled a flower. Printing is such an exciting art activity, there is something delightful about dipping your object in the paint and waiting to see what pattern it makes.
We have been experimenting with watercolours since getting some new water brushes in our stockings at Christmas. I originally bought them with the intention of us taking our paints out and about with us, but quickly discovered that the kids LOVE them and they sparked lots of creative activities including these watercolour indent valentines cards. I am a big fan of homemade cards and hope to pass that on to the children and always make the husband a card.
There is nothing better than receiving a kids made card and Father’s Day is no exception. I love getting creative with the MiniMads and coming up with ideas for this years card for MadDad. The boys love their father and there is something about watching the Husbeast with his boys that makes me go weak at the knees.