Fathers day shirt folding card- DIY – kids activity


father's day card shirt foldSimple ideas come out the best when made with love. Father’s day is so soon! Like every year, I make sure to let Nady add his personal touch to make it special and memorable. A personal DIY souvenir along with the gift, means so much. This easy yet beautiful card folded as shirt with a message of love, picture or drawing will definitely warm papa’s heart.

All you need is a rectangular double side cardboard and 3 buttons. The one we prepared is one side stripes and plain blue the other. If you want to make the same design, click here to download this card design. It’s within A3 paper and you can resize it.

how to fold the card as shirtFold the two sides to meet in the middle, keeping the stripes on the outside. Bend the top corners to look like a collar, then stick the buttons. Of course with the help of your kids.

father's day card. shirt foldNow the card is ready, leave the inside to your kid’s imagination and choice. And this is i guess the most important and meaningful to papa.

shirt fold father's day cardI love the look on Nady’s face when he is so proud of what he did!

Nady celebrated early father’s day at the nursery, he came home and was so in the mood so to keep the celebrations we made this card at home. I got the chance to share it, kind of warm up before Sunday 😉

Happy early Fathers day !

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One response to “Fathers day shirt folding card- DIY – kids activity

  1. Pingback: 100 Awesome Things to Make for Fathers Day (Kid Friendly)

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