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Father's Day Card Template and Blog Hop

This is a template for a Father's Day card. You can easily download the cutting file, cut the card out, and then let your kids design the blank spaces. Some ideas would be cutting up photographs and gluing them to the card, fingerprint painting, or drawings. I am sure you could think of more ideas. The center of the letters could also be used as frames for photographs. I am leaving this one up to your imagination and not presenting a finished project. I hope you enjoy it. 

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Materials:

  • personal cutting machine (Cricut Maker)
  • cardstock 
  • additional decorating materials as you desire
  • SVG file [Dad card]

The above image is what the SVG file looks like. Download it from the link above. This SVG file needs to have the red lines changed to score. The black lines will cut. Then you fold along the score lines to make it a zig-zag folded card. Change the size as you desire and dependent upon the size of your cardstock. 

If you don't have a cutting machine, this card is really so simple you could print out the image and cut it out by hand.


Cutting and scoring on the Cricut Maker. 


The cut file.


How to fold the card.


This post is a part of the May craft challenge with the ladies from Creative Crafter's Group. Take a moment to check out their craft tutorial posts and after the 15th share your own Father's Day and Outdoor tutorial posts with the link up. 

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