Is Sunday, June 21st going to be a special day in your house? It’s time to honour the important role that dads play in families everywhere – and doesn’t every father deserve to be a super dad for at least one day a year?
Catch My Party certainly think so and they’ve provided free printables including cards, straw flags, a banner and toppers to show you How to Turn Father’s Day into “Super Dad” Day!
And, if you haven’t had time to make to go shopping for a present yet, they’ve also included a Free Father’s Day Printable Gift on their blog – just add your child’s handprints!
If you’re not sure whether you can keep your child still long enough for the paint to go on the paper rather than your walls then try this rather fabulous Father’s Day Coupon Book instead. Hosted by I Heart Naptime, it’s designed by Kiki and Company and the “coupons” are shaped as individual tools with tags you can write your own promises on.
You can turn his favourite bottle of wine or beer or jar of coffee into a special gift with the help of B.Loved’s DIY: Father’s Day Printable Bottle Labels. They also come with a coordinating card which Jenny suggests can also be turned into a present – “To make an extra special gift, I printed the card out and stuck it on a rustic wooden box which my dad can keep special things in. You could do this, or you could get go the extra mile and frame it.”
Or, if your dad has a sweet tooth, then Trimcraft’s Father’s Day Sweet Jar Labels could help decorate a sugary gift.
A traditional gift might suit your father but you can still “put a fun twist” on it with Design, Dining and Diapers! Taryn’s “I’m Tied To You” printable tags hosted on The 36th Avenue.
Why not put up a poster in every room of the house so he can’t forget how much he’s valued in his home? Head to Berice Baby for Charlotte’s Free Fathers Day Printables 2015 for some frame-able heartfelt words or download A Typical English Home’s Father’s Day Printable which your children can fill in with why they love their dad, why he makes them laugh and their best memory with him for the personal touch.
Have a happy Father’s Day!
Do you love finding printables on the internet? Do you have particular favourites? Or have you featured some on your own blog? Email karen.malpass @ inkfactory.com with your links and we may be able to feature them in a future post.