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Monstrously Easy DIY Father’s Day Cards

Thanks to Disney•Pixar’s Monsters University for sponsoring this post. Click here for more of the discussion.

Father’s Day is coming up soon and nothing is better than a handmade card from his little monster.  Need a gift idea? Fill the handmade card with a movie theater gift card so he can take the kids to see Monsters U!

Using a few easy materials I made these four “monstrously” easy cards sure to bring a smile to a daddy monster’s face. Construction paper, googly eyes and a correction pen are the most basic materials. Click through the gallery and see how easy they are to make!


  • DIY Cards for Father’s Day (Little Monster to Big Monster) 1 of 8
    DIY Cards for Father's Day (Little Monster to Big Monster)
    Click through the gallery for easy steps!
  • Googly Eyes 2 of 8
    Googly Eyes
    The most crucial ingredient for a DIY monster. You can pick these up at most craft stores in various sizes.
  • Eye Love You 3 of 8
    Eye Love You
    A multi-eyed monster is very easy to assemble with a little construction paper. Have your little monster add as many eyes as they "see" fit.
  • Pencil Stamp 4 of 8
    Pencil Stamp
    An easy way to customize any "spotted" monster is by using the end of a pencil. Add a little paint to a paper plate and stamp away with the eraser end.
  • A Perfect Match 5 of 8
    A Perfect Match
    Help your little monster use their pencil stamp to create matching monsters on the front of a card.
  • Correction Pen 6 of 8
    Correction Pen
    A correction pen is a great way to add embellishment to a dark colored card because it's opaque when dry.
  • My What Large Teeth You Have! 7 of 8
    My What Large Teeth You Have!
    Create this toothy grin of a card using construction paper and add the pearly whites using the "white out" correction pen. You can write your message inside using the pen too!
  • Simply Scary 8 of 8
    Simply Scary
    A simple card that just reads "MONSTER" by looking at it. Construction paper, googly eyes and two teeth drawn with a correction pen. Let your little one customize their own monster face with these basic supplies!



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