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#1 Dad Father's Day Card

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Here is an easy and simple Father's Day card anyone could make. There is no excuse to have to buy a store bought card especially in the circumstances we are all in right now.

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*The most time consuming part was figuring out what message to place on the card using limited stickers (left over stickers).

Total Time: 25 minutes

Supplies:

  • blank card
  • scrap book paper
  • paint chip sample (or use construction paper)
  • stickers
  • glue stick
  • scissors

Steps:

  1. I have this semi blank card. The front has an exclamation mark. To cover the front, I will glue this floral blue paper on top. Then trim off the excess paper.
  2. I have this white paint sample which I was inspired to make a tie with.
  3. Trim all edges on the sample.
  4. Then, trim at an angle on both sides to resemble a tie. No worries if you do not have this paint paper sample, you can cut your own with construction paper.
  5. Figure out message you would like to put on the front. I wrote #1 Dad. The # symbol was made with cuts from l's. The a was from the "g".
  6. Final touches - cut a trapezoid shape to complete the tie and glue down. Your card is complete. Ready to write on your message to dad on the inside!
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