Father’s Day will quickly be here for many of us, with the holiday landing on June 21 this year. As a person that notoriously waits until the last minute, I thought it wise to go ahead and put together some options to help make the most of gifting for the holiday, whether it’s in-person or long-distance!
If you’d like to flex your art skills and make an especially personalized card, check out the tutorial on how to draw punny Father’s Day pickle art by Kyoodoz! It’s super cute and would make for a hilarious and special card design.
CraftCake’s channel also has a great video on how to make hand drawn Father’s Day cards that includes 4 different designs, all with cute puns. These are great if you’re new to drawing and looking for a design that’s a little simpler!
There are lots of cute paper crafted cards to check out as well, like Crafting with Rachna’s DIY Father’s Day tie card. The little mustache is such a cute touch!
Baking for holidays is always fun, and if you find yourself with enough time to buy the cutters to make them, Cookielicious NZ has an awesome tutorial on how to make kawaii Father’s Day cookies.
For those that are prepared with your gifts, consider Babble’s easy DIY for making a Father’s Day gift bag. They also include a DIY card if you want them both to match!
I know lots of us have our hands full at the moment, so if you need something easy there are plenty of choices for premade cards on Etsy, too – I absolutely love this froggy Father’s Day card by StarrifyStudio (USA).
Or MagicallyCraftedShop (UK) have a funny sushi card.
And if you’ve got tight time constraints and need something printable, check out the printable papa bear card kit by FoxInLittleSocks! It looks great but would be a very quick and easy make.
You can also check out my other post on Father’s Day crafts for even more ideas!
Andi lives in the countryside of Georgia in a house packed with kawaii decor and vintage toys. When she’s not barricaded in her pink craft room creating something, she can be found reading, playing Animal Crossing games, or baking something to satisfy her massive sweet tooth. Andi is currently taking a mental health break, but hopes to be back in 2023.