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Father's Day: Free Download - Personalized Cards

If you’re looking for any easy, inexpensive, personalized card you can gift to your spouse, father, grandfather, in-laws, etc. look no further. Here is my favorite mess-free gift! You can make, a personalized card with your little one's hands or feet as the star of the show! This is a really simple way to gift your loved ones a personalized token of your affection and to commemorate just how tiny your babes' hands and feet are at this particular age!


personalized Father's Day card

Here’s what you’ll need:


colorful inkless hand print kit

** These are made for tiny hands; I would say 1 and under**


Make sure whatever you buy has “inkless” in the name. The reason these are great is your child’s hand/foot aren’t going directly into the ink, the ink is on the backside which is in contact with the paper and so it truly is mess free! Now I say that but I 100% put my daughter’s foot directly into the ink.. it wasn’t too hard to clean most of the ink off with a baby wipe right away, and the rest was gone in a day or so.

washable paint set

For bigger children, 1+ you may be better off using paint. The inkless pads are a bit small for growing hands. This paint is washable and is easy to get off little hands.



Brush the paint directly onto your child's hands using these foam brushes. Be sure to do it in an even layer so there are no paint globs on your masterpiece!


Directions:

1. Choose your design and download it. There are 3 to choose from, one for DAD, and 2 which are fully customizable with the recipient's name (Dad, Grandpa, Poppy, etc.), and the child(rens) name(s)


downloadable fathers day card

2. Open your download in a pdf reader such as adobe. The download is editable, and you can just click right where you want to add the name, and type it all in:


downloadable fathers day card


3. Print out your design. This will fit on any 8.5x11 paper (standard computer paper).

4. Practice your stamp. You want to see how your kid reacts to doing it, and how it looks, etc. and get a feel for the best way to do this before putting it on your actual card.


5. Add your kid’s prints! Don’t get frustrated if it isn’t perfect, it is just a keepsake and a little smudge her or there is not a big deal. I honestly think it makes it even sweeter because it is a reflection of your little one who is still growing!




How did I do? I think everyone is going to love these! Are you going to try them? What design will you use? Let me know in the comments!


If you’re feeling extra crafty, or none of my designs resonate with you, check out my other post "Mother's Day DIY Personalized Cards" which shows how you can create your own! I love this option because it gives you so much room for creativity! These can be made for any holiday or occasion!


DISCLAIMER: These are my personal opinions, and none of the products listed are sponsored.


Full Product Name/Link

NEENAH Creative Collection Classics Specialty Cardstock Starter Kit, 8.5 X 11 Inches, 72 Count Assortment (46407-02)

Outus 18 Pieces Baby Inkless Handprint and Footprint Kit 6 Safe Hand and Foot Ink Pad Clean Touch Dog Paw Print Stamp Kit and 12 Card for Newborn Registry Family Keepsake Baby Gift (Small)

Dual Markers Brush Pen, Colored Pen Fine Point Art Marker & Brush Highlighter Pen for Adult Coloring Hand Lettering Writing Planner Art Supplier(36 Colors Pen Set)


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