We’re coming up to Father’s Day in Australia, and as I was browsing the web for inspiration, I came across the cutest idea for this hand-drawn Father’s Day card. Of course, it got me thinking… what’s even easier than drawing your own card? Printing it out, of course! So I made my own Father’s Day Google Card…. the printable version.
The card is designed to look like a Google search, with the word’s “World’s Best Dad” typed into the search bar.
So what happens when you search the internet for the Word’s Best Dad?…
You find a picture of the Dad you want to celebrate, of course!
Simply print out a photo of your loved one, and paste it into the blank square.
The text inside reads, “I searched for the World’s Best Dad… and I found YOU!”
What more could Dad want for Father’s Day than a good cup of coffee, the TV remote, and the recognition he deserves from Google search? Lol. If he’s anything like my man, he’s one awesome Dad, so why not let him know just how appreciated he really is!
How to make your Father’s Day Google Card
- Print page 1 only, on white card.
- Hold it the right way up and facing you so you can read the writing, then flip the card over to the back (don’t turn it upside down) and print page 2 directly onto the back.
- Print out a 3″ x 2″ photo (that’s 76mm x 50mm) of the Dad you are celebrating.
- Paste your photo into the blank square, then fold the card in half, and you’re done!
Note: When you open the PDF, just scroll down – the top half of the first page is blank, because that part will be folded over.
This personalised Father’s Day card couldn’t be any easier, and I’ll bet it brings a smile to Dad’s face when he opens it. I hope you’ll give it a try! And if you liked this idea, I’d love it if you would share!
Wishing you a house full of sunshine,