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Father’s Day 2022 Card Ideas Including Peephole Cards, Picture Cards, and Poem Cards – The US Sun

Father’s Day is here and what better way to show your appreciation and love than with a card.

Not only are they incredibly personal, but they can also be easy to make. Here are some Father’s Day card ideas to try.

picture and note cards

Homemade cards can be a much more personal gesture than store-bought ones

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Homemade cards can be a much more personal gesture than store-bought onesPhoto credit: Getty – Contributor

Want something more personal than a store-bought card?

If you want to create a simple Father’s Day card, here’s how.

  1. Take any colored A4 sheet of paper and fold it in half – you can stick on strips from a different colored sheet to make it look more creative.
  2. Design your front cover – write or draw directly on the card, or design on a separate sheet of paper and stick it on.
  3. Open the card and write your message on the right side.
  4. You can leave the left side blank or include a photo of you and your father (or your child and their father).
  5. Finally, add some decorative touches of your choice – glitter, stickers and sequins add a peppy touch.

Read more about Father’s Day

peephole cards

If you're confident in your artistic skills, try a peephole map

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If you’re confident in your artistic skills, try a peephole mapCredit: Alamy

If a simple picture and message card sounds a bit boring and your child’s artistic skills are more advanced, you can encourage them to make a peephole card.

  1. Fold a piece of paper in half – any color works well, depending on your preference.
  2. Draw a design on the front of the card – for example, you could write “Happy Father’s Day” in large block letters.
  3. Take a pair of scissors and carefully cut out these shapes.
  4. On the card, draw any design you want to see through the peephole – for example, if your dad is a football fan, you can draw footballs.
  5. Decorate the rest of your card as desired.
  6. Glue the two insides of the card together carefully – be careful not to get any glue on the motifs you have drawn.
  7. Write your message on the back of the card and add the finishing touches.

poem cards

Why not encourage the kids to make their own Father's Day cards this year?

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Why not encourage the kids to make their own Father’s Day cards this year?Credit: Alamy

If your child is good with words, why not help them write a poem instead of (or in addition to) a standard Father’s Day message?

  1. Start by deciding the subject of your poem – do you want it to be sentimental or more light-hearted and full of jokes?
  2. Write your poem (you may have to write a few drafts before you’re happy).
  3. Make sure your poem is short enough to fit on the card and large enough so that it’s easy to read.
  4. Choose a piece of cardboard and fold it into the desired shape.
  5. When your poem goes into your card, you need to decide whether you want a picture or the message “Happy Father’s Day” on the front.
  6. Add colour, glitter or stickers for extra decoration and your card is ready to be displayed.

So that’s how you make a Father’s Day card, but if you’re looking for ideas on what to actually write to your dad, read this.

And here are some of the best gift ideas for your card.

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Jessica MacLeish

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