Father’s Day Cards
There’s not long to go now until Father’s Day, so we (or perhaps on this occasion I should say ‘I’) have been busy creating in readiness. This time I have produced a basic colouring sheet that can be used to create a simple A4 size card, which can be decorated however you like, depending on the age of the child. I’ve also produced a smaller ‘DAD’ version, which older children might prefer. I used gel pens to embellish and decorate the lettering itself, because I wanted detail and a ‘doodled’ style, but felt-tips or pencil crayons could be used instead. I experimented with 2 versions, both of which I trimmed using decorative edge scissors, and mounted onto a piece of A3 card, folded in half. The colour version has added gold sticker stars, contributed by my 3 year old, while the black and white version (which I think is my favourite) has added drawings in white gel pen, contributed by my 5 year old. He’s longing to colour it in now, so I’ll probably let him do so for Sunday, even though it will offend my artistic sensibilities!
You can find the templates here!