How to Make a Father's Day Coffee Cup Greeting Card

Category Father's Day
This handmade card is perfect for coffee loving dads. Decorate a paper coffee cup and cut in half. Once it is attached to the card, write your greeting and perhaps add some coffee themed small gifts to the cup.


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Give simple treats to your dad this Father's Day. Make a simple greeting card and creatively make a 3D compartment for your personalized token gift to start his day with a smile.


  • any type of cardboard of your preferred size
  • self adhesive wallpaper clippings (assorted)
  • paper cup/coffee cup with lid
  • glue
  • scissors
  • colored paper
  • markers or any writing pen


  1. Cover cardboard with a piece of wallpaper.
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  3. Get the coffee cup and cover half of it with a different color of wallpaper.
  4. Cut paper cup in half, including the lid.
  5. Stick it anywhere you want on the cardboard. I chose to just put it in the center.
  6. Make a bow tie or a neck tie out of colored paper.
  7. Glue in to the front of the cup.
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  9. Write your message on the card.
  10. Insert token gift into the cup and cover. I placed instant coffee sachets coz my father loves coffee so much and it matches the concept.
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May 30, 20190 found this helpful

Looks cute- well done Katrine!

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