Using the new offset tool I made this Father’s Day Word Card. But you don’t have to design it. Just make it in minutes. It is so simple that it is the perfect Beginner Card. My Dad passed a few years ago. Every year I send a card to my brother who puts it next to the tree where we spread his ashes.
The base card of this Dad word card does not need to be two sided because I made a copy to put over the front. This means I can write (draw) on both sides of the card. As you can see, patterns would work well with any part of this card as long as the pen showed up. Just don’t use too many patterns. This would get confusing.
Cutting the DAD Word Card
Cut the card base and the Cricut will do the writing. I used a gold gel pen. Did you know that you can use any pen in your Cricut? You can see the trick here. I used one of my own fonts on this card called CMV Pinstripe. I got frustrated when fonts didn’t fill in when drawn, so I made my own. See all of my fill in fonts here and read how to get them.
Be careful removing the tools from the mat so that they don’t get torn.
Dad Word Card Assembly
First re-crease the fold. Then glue the extra copy of DAD to the front of the card. Next, center and layer the light and medium layers on top.
Next, glue the tools on inside of the card around the writing. Then glue the Happy Father’s Day to the top inside of the card.
And your DAD Word Card for Father’s Day card is done. It fits in an A7 envelope for mailing.
Dad Fun Facts
- President Nixon made Father’s Day a National Holiday in 1972.
- In 2013, there were 214,000 stay-at-home (SAH) dads in the U.S.
- A new study shows that fathers who share household chores with their wives tend to have more ambitious daughters as well as daughters with more broad definitions of gender roles.
- Over 87 million cards are sent each year on Father’s Day, making it the 4th most popular day for sending cards.
- In the U.S., there are about 2 million single fathers.