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The Best DIY Father’s Day Cards

We all want our Father’s Day cards to be perfect for our favorite dads. This year make your own! Try one of these awesome DIY Father’s Day cards. He’ll love it.

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    Click through to see more DIY dad cards.

  • iDad 2 of 8
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    How cute is this? Seriously, every dad would love it.

    See more here on She Knows.

  • New Item 3 3 of 8
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    Make a card that will really pop for your favorite pop. I couldn't help myself!

    See more here on Ardor.

  • Tie 4 of 8
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    I really love this one! So cute and I love the font.

    See more here on Pepper Buttons.

  • Glasses 5 of 8
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    I mean, come on! Too cute. My husband would love these!

    See more here on Mr. Printables.

  • Pasta 6 of 8
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    Cute and clever and so easy for the kids to help!

    See more here on The Gold Jelly Bean.

  • Dressed Up 7 of 8
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    A little bit of origami skills and you have a pretty adorable Father's Day card.

    See more here on Martha Stewart.

  • Cuffs 8 of 8
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    This one is so clever! A great alternative to buying him boring work shirts.

    See more here on Martha Stewart.

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Find my daily ideas for stylish and crafty living at my blog Say Yes to Hoboken.

Other posts of mine you may have missed:

10 Fantastic Summer Totes

10 Summer DIYs For You And Your Kids

7 Of The Best Kiddie Pools For Summer

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