Our Father’s Day Handyman Card is perfect for the fix-it-all dad in your life. Whether he fixes things for a living, has a chore list of fixes at home, or likes to conquer big projects. This card is a great way to say we appreciate all he does, with your little helper by your side.
Plus, our card comes with a Free Printable Handyman Card Template, so all you need to do is cut out the pieces, assemble, position the tools in the pocket, and customize for the best dad in your life.
For more fun Father’s Day crafts and card ideas, be sure to also check out our Super Dad Card, this Paper Bag Dad Craft, our Give Dad a Haircut Scissor Practice, and our Handprint Car Card for just a few of our many Father’s Day crafts.
To make our Father’s Day Handyman Card you will need our Handyman Card Template, cardstock in brown, red, silver, and a few colors of choice, a black marker, scissors, and a glue stick.
Father’s Day Handyman Card
- Handyman Card Template
- Cardstock – brown, red, silver, yellow, blue, grey, etc.
- Black marker
- Glue stick
Begin by printing the card template. Cut out all the pieces. There are a few pieces with intricate cuts that might be better for an older child to help with or mom.
Trace those pieces on the cardstock colors of choice. The hammer, wrench, and shank of the screwdriver are on silver cardstock. We then used colors for the handle of the screwdriver, another color for the ruler, and the red heart. You will also need the 3×5 card in the pocket color of choice.
Add details to the hammer and screwdriver handle pieces with a black marker. See image. Also make lines on the ruler and numbers.
Glue the handle to the shank of the screwdriver.
Now fold a sheet of brown cardstock in half.
Glue just the sides and bottom edges of the pocket piece towards the bottom of the card. Let the glue set.
Draw seam lines around the pocket with the black marker.
Also write the word dad, daddy, pops. Or grandpa, if making for grandpa. Whatever you may call him.
Then fill the pocket with the heart.
Write your Happy Father’s Day message inside. You could also use the heart for the Father’s Day message instead, which would be cute, too.
We love how dad can take out the tools from the card and put them back in the tool belt pocket, just like he can in real life. This is such a fun card!
Be sure to check out more of our Father’s Day craft ideas at Our Kid Things!