Father’s Day is 4 days away. We shared with you our favorite Father’s Day Gift Ideas That Kids Can Help Craft last week, so this week we thought we would share our favorite Father’s Day Printables.
Growing up, my family was big A&W Rootbeer fans. I still remember when an A&W restaurant opened up in our town and how excited we were to go in and buy a rootbeer served in a big frosty mug. These Your An A&Wesome Dad printable tags from Nothing But Country are pretty adorable.
Kids say the cutest things. This Father’s Day Questionaire from Supermom Moments will preserve all of those funny thoughts that the kids have about Dad. I love the little square where kids can draw a portrait of Dad. How fun would it be to do this with the kids year after year and look back at them they’re grown up?
The Hubs is a big fan of all things super hero… comic books, graphic novels, movies… He certainly is Bean and Turtle’s super hero. What better way to show him how “super” the kids think he is than with these super cute super hero Father’s Day printables from Lauren McKinsey Designs.
While we are on the subject of super heros. Why not have the kids tell dad why he is there hero with this My Dad Is My Superhero Because… printable from My Sun Will Shine.
Being the parent of a son and a daughter I find it interesting seeing the differences in relationships the kids have with us as their parents. This Dad A Daughter’s First Love A Sons First Hero printable I found at Milk and Honey touches on those feelings… plus it has a mustache on it which makes it extra cool.
Have any words ever rung truer? I love this Anyone Can Be A Father But It Takes Someone Special To Be A Daddy printable from The Girl Creative.
You know that Dad is the best. Why not let everyone he encounters on Father’s Day know he is the best Dad ever with this printable medallion from No Biggie.
Who doesn’t love chocolate? Not only does this Father’s Day printable from Simply Kierste have an adorable poem there is also a place to put a Hershey Kiss at the end.
On Mother’s Day my The Hubs did an impromptu photo session with the kids and I. I love the photos that he took of my first Mother’s Day as a mama of two. I think taking pictures with Daddy and his kids on Father’s Day is a great way to preserve memories. This printable Father’s Day Photo Prop set from Kindred Spirit Mommy would be adorable for a Father’s Day photo session.
Last but not least, what better way to end Father’s Day then by tucking the little ones into bed, then popping open a bottle of wine and toasting your husband for being the great Dad that he is. Make the wine extra special with this letterpress style Father’s Day Wine Label from Hello Lucky. (They also have Father’s Day themed beer and sock labels!)
How do you plan on celebrating Father’s Day? Do you make handmade gifts for your husband and dad? Don’t forget to check out our Father’s Day Craft roundup. I hope you all have a lovely Father’s Day weekend.