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The first card was inspired by the book “Daddy Hugs” by Karen Katz. It is a very sweet book with 10 different types of Daddy hugs. I love watching my little girl dance on her daddy’s feet which is what inspired me to create this sweet card. It is easy to make and is sure to melt Daddy’s heart!
The second card was inspired by the book “Thank you God for Daddy” by Amy Parker. This book is super cute with a daddy lion and a baby lion. We love reading this book at bedtime. One of the pages has both the daddy lion and baby lion wearing superhero capes. This page was the inspiration for my fun Father’s Day card.
Supplies for both Father's Day cards
Directions to create the first Father's Day card
1. Cut out both the Daddy shoe and the kid’s shoe.
2. Fold the card in half making sure to keep the words on the front of the card.
3. Have your child color the kid’s shoe their favorite color.
4. Have your child put double sided tape on the back of both shoes.
5. Place the daddy shoe on the bottom of the card wrapping the heal around the back of the card.
6. Place the kid’s shoe on top of the daddy shoe.
7. Have your child color and decorate the rest of the card. (optional)
8. Finally, write a message and sign the inside of the card.
Directions to create the second Father's Day card
1. Have your child color the cape.
2. Cut out the cape.
3. Fold the card in half making sure to keep the words on the front of the card.
4. Have your child put double sided tape on the back of the cape.
5. Place the cape on the bottom of the card.
6. Have your child color and decorate the rest of the card. (optional)
7. Finally, write a message and sign the inside of the card.
I hope you and your child found these cards fun and easy. Below are some more cute daddy books to inspire your creativity!
Other great books about Daddies
Does your child have a favorite book about daddies? Please leave the title in the comments.