Do you have a special father in your life? Maybe it’s your own dad, your husband, or a beloved brother? With Father’s Day right around the corner, make it a point to spend some quality time with him doing something he loves. My dad loves the movies, and he really loves Pixar films (did I mention he cried during UP?). He would love a trip to the cinema to see something like Monsters University, Disney’s newest release. If there’s one thing about my family, we can appreciate a great animated flick.
You can also show him how much you care with one of these DIY Father’s Day cards. Yes, even dudes can appreciate the handmade! This collection of cards is monstrously good . . . and you’ll definitely find one that fits the personality of the dad you love. Click through the slideshow below to see them!
10 Monstrously Good DIY Father’s Day Cards 1 of 12
Click through the slideshow to see them!
Shirt and Tie 2 of 12
Pick your favorite paper patterns and turn them into a shirt and tie with simple folding.
Gadget Guy 3 of 12
If your dad loves his electronics as much as mine does, then he will appreciate this customized card that features photos or messages under the "apps."
College Days 4 of 12
You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll wish you could attend college all over again. Take dad to see Disney's newest release MU for Father's Day!
Photo Fun 5 of 12
Have the kiddos draw a fun scene with sidewalk chalk and a Father's Day message - then have them pose for a photo with their creation!
Painted Paperweights 6 of 12
This card and craft combo is awesome - paint a rock paperweight to match the card and give them together!
Scratch Off 7 of 12
Make a fun bow tie for the outside - then create scratch off messages with dish soap and acrylic paint for the inside.
Paper Portrait 8 of 12
Does dad wear glasses? Does he have blue eyes? Use paper scraps to make a card that is personalized to look just like him.
Celebrate With Dad 9 of 12
Was dad a party animal in college? Remind him of those days with a visit to the movies to see Monsters University.
Super Hero 10 of 12
Is your dad a super hero in your eyes? Create a card using a super hero symbol and some acrylic paint to show him how much you love him.
Golf Pro 11 of 12
If your dad is a golfer, he'll love this tribute to his favorite sport using mulberry paper.
Gift Card Holder 12 of 12
What dad doesn't love gift cards? Make it more special by DIY'ing a card/holder with a personalized message.
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