Every year on Father’s Day, I scratch my head to figure out something new and different to give the dads in my life. And every year I end up shopping for the same things… golf gift cards and scotch. (zzzzzzzzzzz)
Well, this year may be no different in terms of their wish list, but at least I can add a few extras and package them up with some pizzazz — and on the cheap. Here’s a roundup of my favorite free Father’s Day printables, perfect for those last minute wrapping panic attacks. 😉
Everyone loves chocolate, right? And what Dad wouldn’t love to get the green light to eat a candy bar all by himself? No one is going to swipe dad’s candy if it’s wrapped in this genius candy bar wrapper! This free download from Skip to My Lou has two sizes to fit both 1.55 ounce bars and 4.25 bars.
Surprise Dad when he wakes up with a tie garland around his vanity mirror! This super cute neck tie bunting would be a great project for the kids to cut out and string up. Make it as long or as short as you want by printing out more pieces — I mean ties from Amanda’s Parties to Go.
Print out this book and have the kids answer simple questions inside for an over-the-top precious keepsake. If you have younger kids, this is a fun one to do each year and see how their answers change. There are directions on how to assemble the book along with the printable. This is a keeper from A Whole Lot of Tiny!
You know Dad loves a good pun. And when the pun is paired with Star Wars, well… you have a home run pun. Download this fab card from my friend Carrie and he may just say, “This card I love. Yesssss.” From CarrieElle. (Go visit her site!)