Father’s Day Print-Outs and Ideas

Posted Thursday, June 5th, 2014 by .

Most dads are pretty hard to find gifts for. Maybe it’s because they are content with what they’ve got, or because they don’t like to see us spending money on them. After all, many fathers or father-figures are the ones who taught us the value of saving, budgeting and investing well. Nevertheless, Father’s Day is coming soon and it’s time to shower our appreciation on them anyway. But honoring our fathers doesn’t have to cost a lot; it just has to be sincere. Check out some of our Father’s Day print-outs and find the perfect gift to give your dad.

Make Him Smile

Dads carry a lot of responsibilities on their shoulders. Sometimes the best way to ease all of their worries is with an invitation to laugh. Check out a few clever Star Wars cards that you can personalize, or vintage photographs that will bring out his quirky sense of humor. Get younger kids involved in honoring dad too by coloring a gift for him.

Touch His Sentimental Side

Dads need to know we love them too. If you’ve wanted to have a heart to heart with your dad, maybe Father’s Day is just the inspiration you need. Share it in a card that he can frame so he can hang it where he can remember it throughout the year.

Treat Him

Have you heard that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach? (There could be some truth to that for all of us, dad or not.) Print out a coupon to his favorite restaurant or with a promise to make him a homemade meal. Does he have a sweet tooth? Remind him of how great he is with every cupcake he eats. If he is more in to salty snacks or beverages, package a few choices and let him choose what show to watch tonight.

See what other ideas suit your father with our other Father’s Day printables. Make it a special day for him.

Robyn Warner

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Robyn Warner has been writing since she learned how to hold a pen. She wrote her first book of poems before the age of 10 and is currently enrolled in college to learn how to properly structure her natural ability. Though creative writing is her preference, she is enjoying life in the technical blog world. Robyn’s goal entering her 30’s is to use her writing to inspire fellow cancer survivors and have a job that gives her the flexibility to live anywhere and never wear shoes. You can find her on .

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