Homemade Father's Day cards are always great...whether they're first scribbles, or done with crayon, marker, finger-painting...as long as they're not done on the living room walls, they're a masterpiece ;). This year I remembered a craft book from my childhood, and found the exact thing on Amazon, so that I could replicate it with my kiddos!
This book is a gem - it takes you through simple animals and people step-by-step, so that even toddlers can make fun creations. And I use washable stamp pads, since I know we can get a little carried away, but don't want to stop the fun to wash hands (a wipe works great for quick clean ups while switching colors on a finger)!
The options are limitless, but here are a few that we did:
...we might be sending them to every "dad" we know...it was hard to stop once we started! And of course, this was my favorite touch:
A little heart made by both girls on the backs of the cards :). Happy Father's Day to all of the fantastic dads out there!