Handmade Father’s Day Cards

Four handprint art card ideas for kids to make for their dad, grandpa, uncle or other special guy in their life.

I love craft projects that involve capturing a special moment in time with a child, and there’s no better way of doing that than by remembering what their hand looked like at a given age. On top of that, hands are also great add-ons to art projects – they can be turned into so many fun shapes! This week’s roundup has a few charming ideas for creating a Father’s Day card that is sure to generate many high-fives from dad this month.

Handprint Pirate

Arrr, dad! Crafty Morning showcases this funny idea for transforming a handprint into a pirate greeting.

 

“I Love You This Much” Card

Have your child show much they love dad by creating this cute accordion-style card from A Day in the Life. Add a special message to one of the hands for a personalized touch.

 

You Are My Super Hero

For the hero in your family, take a cue from Glued to My Crafts and turn a handprint into a personalized hero for dad.

 

Handprint Yoda Card

Father’s Day AND Star Wars? What could be better?! I Heart Arts ‘n’ Crafts shares this great idea for a Yoda-themed Father’s Day card.

 

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