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.
I have a friend that always buys the best gifts. She is a gift fairy and someone that I aspire to be. There is a real knack for buying the perfect gift, a gift that will be loved and used. This is a duel gift guide as it works as Dad’s gift guide for the festive season or birthdays but also fathers day gift guide. This Men’s gift guide to help you no matter what his style find a gift that a Dad will use or love day in and day out
We love anything handmade here in the Mad House. I think that there is nothing better than a kid made gift or a homemade card. Kids love getting involved and being creative and as a parent, there is nothing better than receiving something made by your child and Father’s Day is no exception. So get a little create with these fabulous, but achievable handmade Father’s Day Gift Ideas
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.
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.
I think that my Father and Grandfather both effected my choice in men, when it came to MadDad I fell hook line and sinker for a man with echo’s of the other great men in my life. A better husband I could not have and I have had the pleasure of watching him become a great Father over these last seven years. I should have known he would do it well, as he injected me in y butt three times a day for the whole of my pregnancies and was just amazing. Watching him grow and develop with our boys has touched my heart. He makes me proud every single day and they both love him and choose to spend time with him. He is a great Father.
But my Father’s legacy doesn’t end with my boys, oh no you only have to take a look at my younger brother and the way he is with his children. He is a wonderful father to Chuky, ever the child himself. His nephews adore spending time with him and he is a good honest man. He adores his step grandchildren and is starting to look more and more like my Dad.
I am so lucky to have so many great men in my life. Happy Fathers day, to those living and to those who’s echos live on.
Karen from If I could escape, who is a great blogger started a Fathers Day me me, so I asked both of the boys their answers. Mini What does Daddy wear for work? – Work Shoes, work shirt, work trousers, work pants, tie. Where does Daddy work? — Bishy Auland What’s Daddy’s job? — Makes Tea What does Daddy do at work? — make tea What does Daddy do at lunch? – work Maxi What does Daddy wear for work? – A work suit and tie, pant and a shirt Where does Daddy work? — Bishop Aulkland What’s Daddy’s job? — To earn Pennies What does Daddy do at work? — He more »
Fathers day will soon be upon us, it is Sunday 20th June this year and I have been busy thinking about cards and gifts for MadDad. If you are anything like me then you would prefer to give a home made card every time.I have a couple of very simple ideas for you. I was inspired by Valerie at Frugal Family Fun Blog for this card. Materials Card stock pencil or pen circle stickers, various colours scissors Method Initially fold your card stock in half to to create a greeting card shape Draw a number of lines horizontally across the card to make the wire for the birds to sit on. more »