Father’s Day will soon be here again and making a Father’s Day card should be at the very least. In order to show your dad in a particularly strong way how much you love him, I have brought along a simple instruction for a Father’s Day card today. With the Wortwitzig she is sure to be a real eye-catcher and maybe you can get a little something to go with it.
Duplo sayings that come from the heart
The father is a loyal companion to his children all year round. He lovingly takes care of the worries and needs and stands as a strong support at the mother’s side. A personalized Father’s Day card is a great way for kids to say thank you to their dad appropriately.
Here’s how you can easily make your own Father’s Day card:
Fold a greeting card out of heavier kraft paper (so they’ll hold the stones later) or use a ready-made card.
Find two stones. They should be flat and small. One stone should be slightly larger than the other, representing the dad and the smaller the child.
Write “Dad you Rock” on top of the card.
Draw two white dots on each stone for the eyes.
When the paint has dried, two more black dots in the white ones for the pupils. In addition, you can paint two small mouths.
Glue the two stones to the card under the lettering.
Paint arms (holding hands) and legs on the stones.
The Father’s Day card “You Rock” is ready.
What to write in the Father’s Day card?
Of course, what you write on the card depends on your relationship with your dad. You can choose funny, beautiful or personal sayings. You know your dad best, so you know what he’s likely to like. Be creative or just say thank you for the time together and what he has already done for you!
That was it with my Father’s Day idea. Do you already know my articles about shirt gift packaging, making barbecue spices yourself or mini herb garden.
Until then. Your Laura