Father's Day Card


  • Print out of the shirt and the tie
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Colored papers (optional)
  • Markers or crayons (optional)


Make a Father’s Day Card in no time!

Use our printable template to make the perfect shirt and tie each and every time. It’s really easy! It’s suitable for all ages as long as kids (or kids at heart) can work with scissors – older preschoolers will be able to make their own, parents will be proud of their work and older kids won’t have any issues at all.

Print the prepared material or print the template. The template part with the card base is best printed on colored paper (you can also use a patterned one!). Alternatively you can also print it on white paper and have the kids color the shirt card base either with one color or with funky designs.

Cut out the template. Cut along the full line. Don’t forget the slits for collar. Fold along the dashed line on the shirt card base. Crease well to make the fold really sharp. Cut out the tie template or the prepared material. If you want to color it, it’s best to do so before cutting.

Add a bit of glue on the top of the tie (on the back) and glue it on the card base (between slits). Fold the strips of paper on top of the card, the bottom corners towards the top of the tie to create a collar.

Glue isn’t necessary to secure the collar but can be added.

Write your message inside the card. All done!

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