My dad was Mr. Easy Going and never made a big deal out of Father’s Day. Over the years I purchased items for him as gifts but the one thing he kept and proudly displayed in his home office were Father’s Day cards I made for him. I know I have been guilty of thinking that men aren’t as sentimental as women are and won’t appreciate a handmade card or gift, but after finding the cards I made that he kept and then watching my husband become a father a few years ago I now realize that I was wrong!
With Father’s Day quickly approaching, skip the card aisle of the big box store while grocery shopping this year and make your dad (or husband) a card instead. From the DIY dad to the Star Wars loving geek dad, there is a Father’s Day card tutorial (and even a couple of printable cards) for every dad on your list here.
For The Classic Dad
For The Geek Dad
For The Handyman Dad
For The Outdoor Dad
What are you getting your dad for Father’s Day this year?
I started scrapping in 2006 and was quickly addicted!I was an avid scrapper until late summer of 2010 when we started our adoption journey, at that point I was overwhelmed with paperwork (and emotions!) and I had to put something on the back burner in my life but I knew I would eventually come back to it.
We welcomed our daughter home from China in December of 2011 and a few months later I found my groove again and pulled out all of those supplies that had been tucked away.
I started out scrapping again doing traditional layouts, but at the beginning of this year I jumped into Project Life and I love it!
When I’m not scrapping I am usually spending time with our daughters which means library time, going on walks, thrifting (they love it as much as I do!) or watching Kung Fu Panda for the millionth time.I also have an Etsy shop Panda Eight Designs where I sell scrapbooking flair that I design.