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.
Simple father’s Day Card
I really want to encourage my boys to be creative even in a digital world and this card was made using a Bamboo Spark that we were sent and it really has ignited that spark of imagination in both of the boys. As a parent, I am learning from them about using technology in a creative way and it is wonderful to be able to work together to bring you some of his artwork.
We have kept our card really simple and have two versions for you. One with just the image for you to write on and one with the text too. Maxi added a simple colour wash with watercolours on his card, but it would look equally as fab completely coloured in with pencils or even felt tips. We hope by leaving the card simple that it brings out the creativity in your children. For those of you that haven’t heard of a
We love how simple the Bamboo Spark is to use. It is so simple to set up that even I could do it, rather than relying on the boys! I find that kids intuitively seem to know how to use these things and we went from it being in the box to having an image on it in less than 10 minutes, which is really impressive. Bamboo Spark it is a great piece of kit that allows you to draw on paper and then transform your work digitally so that it can be quickly printed, shared or saved.
Maxi wanted his drawing to be just so, so he drew it in pencil first and then traced over it with the pen. perfect for a perfectionist like him (I have no idea where he gets that from)!
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All you need to do is print off your simple Father’s Day card, we have it all setup, so that once it is printed it is in the perfect position to fold and turn it into a card. Then the kids can get creative and paint or colour it in.
Then you can add your own greeting or use the card with the greeting already added.
Then pop in an A5 envelope, ready for Father’s Day or you can use it as a birthday card.
Do you do homemade cards or do you buy them?