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Free DIY Father’s Day Cards & Gifts

Say thanks to a special dad this Father’s Day with a handcrafted greeting and gift. Whether you’re crafting a card for the special man in your life, or getting little ones to make one for theirs, we’ve got over 22 card and pressie ideas that are ideal for everyone from beginners to pros.

Free DIY Father’s Day Cards & Gifts

Tie shaker card Tie shaker card
Say thanks to dad with this fun shaped shaker by Keren Baker. It’s super simple to create and you can get creative with the embellishments that you put within the shaker element.

Rocket man
Treat a dad that is out of this world with a fabric space themed card by Sophia Palmer. Three, two, one, get crafting!

Bear hugs
Help a little bear craft this sweet greeting for Father’s Day. Once complete, slot dad’s favourite sweet treats into the teddy’s arms to personalise.


Origami shirts
Impress your dad with this fun papercraft set by Jenny Ellory. Use a series of simple folds to create an origami-inspired card, co-ordinating gift bag and tags.

Car card
Car lovers
If classic cars are your dad’s thing, he’ll love this vintage-inspired automobile card. We’ve got two styles you can make; opt for a gatefold or top-fold.

Moustache shaker card
Shaped shaker
Have fun with this moustache themed shaker greeting. Personalise the sentiment in the centre to suit dad, grandad, or anyone else that deserves a special thank you.

Chevron card
Great outdoors
Does your dad enjoy spending quality time outside? This funky card features trees, chevrons and lush green hues reminiscent of the woods, camping trips and adventure. Get creative and sew with fabric, or make an entirely paper version.

Tshirt card

Stash buster
Use striped and geometric paper scraps from your stash to create this fun greeting. To personalise, simply cut a T shirt shape from card, then customise with a stamped sentiment or image.

Dad map card
Journeys with dad
Is there somewhere special that holds fond memories? Capture locations such as holiday destinations, birthplaces or favourite days out by crafting with maps. We love how simple, yet sentimental this design is. Plus, if you’re feeling adventurous, you can even create a matching paperweight and pair of cufflinks.

Set sail card
Set sail
Maritime fans will love this three-piece yacht gift box, tag and mini book. Why not personalise the set by changing the colours to match your dad’s favourite boat? You could even write tokens in the book before you gift it, so he can exchange them for little treats, such as a home baked cake or a day out to the beach.

Tachetastic card

Create a novelty moustache themed card with circle, triangle and rectangle dies. This is a great stash buster, as you can use a variety of decorative papers and embellishments. If you haven’t got a moustache die, use two paisley shapes, or swap it for a motif that you know your dad will love.

Boffle cards
Mini crafters
These sweet greetings are perfect for little ones to make. Gather together scraps of patterned paper, ribbon and embellishments to create a craft station, then let them follow the simple instructions to assemble a cute card for dad.

Moustache card dad

Quick crafting
If you’re in a rush and need to create a last-minute greeting, we’ve got you covered. Simply stick decorative card to the centre of a blank, then cut a motif from textured card and glue to the panel. To finish, stamp a personal message onto card, then fix below the motif.

Target clock
Hit the target
This wall clock is easy to make, is a great present for a dart fan, and is a brilliant way to use number dies! Personalise your project by using the colours of your dad’s favourite sports team.

Scrapbook papers
Get crafting with over 50 free decorative papers here!




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