Looking for some cute and easy Fathers Day cards for kids to make? We’ve got so many brilliant ideas to share with you with inspiration for all age groups – including Fathers Day cards toddlers can make but also some brilliant ideas for older kids too! I think everyone loves receiving handmade cards from their kids, I remember the attention and care I used to put into making cards for my parents and I love now seeing the excitement on my on children’s faces as they hand over their creations. This round up has loads of ideas with cards your kids can colour, handprint crafts and even one that lights up as well as tons more so get hunting for the perfect card to make this Fathers Day!
Fathers Day Cards for Kids to Make
All of the Fathers Day cards that I’m sharing today are listed in the same order as they show in the collages below to make it easier for you to find your favourites. Like these ideas? Make sure that you bookmark this page or pin an image so that you’re ready to go when it’s time to get creative.
Make some gorgeous Fathers Day handprint cards like these ones from The Best Ideas for Kids.
This free printable card for kids to colour and draw is perfect for budding artists – who wouldn’t love to receive a portrait drawn by their child?! There’s a version for step-dads too.
This baseball themed card from The Soccer-Mom Blog is perfect for sports mad dads.
Shirt cards for Fathers Day are a classic craft and Easy Peasy and Fun has a great tutorial on how to make them.
With it’s easy painting this Fathers Day fish themed card is perfect for even toddlers and preschoolers while older kids can use it to practice their scissor skills too and of course some handwriting!
Know a one in a million dad? How about a one in a melon! This watermelon card from Frugal Mom Eh is simple and very cute.
This printable ‘you make me ha-pea’ card from Red Ted Art is super cuteness.
Make a simple medal Fathers Day card that’s perfect for a number one dad.
I love cheesy play on words on Fathers Day cards so this ‘fan-tastic’ craft is perfect plus it’s good fun for kids to make too – my daughter made one of these last year.
These robot cards from I Heart Crafty Things are super cute and would be perfect with a picture of your child and their dad in them.
Make a handprint rocket card like this one from Red Ted Art.
This handprint card from Crafty Morning would make a lovely keepsake too.
Can monster cards be cute? Yes! Especially this sweet Fathers Day hug one from Kids Craft Room.
Crafty Morning’s M&M card is a cute (and cheap!) way to make a card and a gift together.
I Heart Arts and Crafts has a gorgeous looking popcorn themed card.
How cool is this ‘magic’ Fathers Day card from Easy Peasy and Fun! This would be great for older kids to make, there’s lots of written and photo instructions on the site to help you with it too.
This high-five card from A Little Pinch of Perfect is a brilliant idea and I love how the handprints spring out of the card.
We’re Star Wars fans in this house so I know Left Brain Craft Brain’s lit up lightsaber cards would be popular.
This seahorse themed card from Red Ted Art is super cute and has a free printable you can use as well.
Know a dad who is a bit of a superhero? These cards from Buggy and Buddy made from paper plates would be perfect!
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