This printable Father’s Day card checks pretty much every box you could possibly want. It’s artistic, but not feminine. It’s quick, but easily personalized with color. Most importantly, its neutral theme ensures that it’s suitable for all sorts of dads across the world!
This printable Father’s Day card fills a void that I noticed when I was browsing Father’s Day card designs in search of inspiration. What I found was that almost all Father’s Day cards fall into one of two categories: hyper-masculine or goofy. Tasteful, artistic cards are few and far between — which is why I created today’s printable.
The Vintage Typography Father’s Day Card should please all different kinds of dads, regardless of their ranges of interests! I’m confident that my dad, a Kansas cowboy, and my father-in-law, a Peruvian marathon runner, will both absolutely love it — despite the fact that they are two very different people! Here’s a little “tutorial” over how to make it:
You can find the Vintage Typography Printable Father’s Day Card by clicking here. Print the file off on the light-colored cardstock of your choice. If you can, an off-white or faint yellow color is a great pick! It gives the card a vintage look that complements the design.
2. Fold the Card in Half
Now, carefully fold the card exactly in half. You can run a bone folder along the fold to make a crisp, smooth crease.
3. Add Color (Optional)
If you like the way this printable Father’s Day card looks in black and white, please feel free to skip this step. If you’d like to add some color, however, you can do so with colored pencils, crayons, watercolors, or markers!
Once you’re happy with how your Father’s Day card looks, you can tuck it into an envelope and send it! That’s really all there is to this little project — print, fold, color (if you want to), and voilà. It’s perhaps the simplest tutorial in all of TPK history, and I’m loving it!
Another Father’s Day Card Tutorial
If this printable Father’s Day card design isn’t your style or you want to spend a little more time making a card, try 2016’s Not Your Average Father’s Day Card Tutorial. It utilizes geometry and lettering to make a creative card that is also great for any dad!
No matter which card you choose to send to the special dad/s in your life, I hope that you enjoyed the printable Father’s Day card in today’s post! Again, you can find it for free by clicking here. If you choose to print it, I hope that you’ll share a photo of your card presentation (you can tag @thepostmansknock on Instagram)! It’s always fun to see TPK printables being enjoyed. 🙂 Oh, and before I let you go, don’t forget: the giveaway for the Ultimate Modern Calligraphy Starter Kit ends this Sunday, May 27th! If you haven’t entered yet, you can do so here.
Thanks a million for reading TPK, and have a fantastic weekend!