I’m So Glad When Daddy Comes Home…Father’s Day Printables

With Father’s Day right around the corner, I wanted to come up with a fun idea for the kids at our church to give to their dads. We had 150+ kids, so I needed to come up with something that would work with a small budget, but also really cute & fun. I created a darling printable, and I’m in love with how it turned out. It’s perfect for one dad or 500!

 father's day printable | oldsaltfarm.com

 Isn’t it darling?  I think the dads are going to love it! I’m going to have them each write a little note or draw a picture on the back to personalize it.  So fun!!

father's day printable | oldsaltfarm.com

It’s incredibly easy to put together…just print, cut out, distress edges (if you want to), then use a piece of double stick tape to attach a Hershey kiss.  I used Cookies ‘n Creme kisses, because the wrapper matched.  ☺  The regular silver kisses would be cute too!

I also made a printable including the word “kiss” at the end, so it could be used as a tag–or even as the front of a card.  I filled an empty Crystal Light container (my FAVORITE for gift-giving!!!) with kisses, then tied the tag on with ribbon.  Simple…and perfect!

father's day printable | oldsaltfarm.com

father's day printable | oldsaltfarm.com


Printable Tag (no space for Hershey kiss)

Printable with space for Hershey kiss (4 to a page)

Printable with space for Hershey kiss (2 to a page)

Printable card

 (print, cut, and fold in half–the image is 5 inches, so cut along the sides and bottom, then up 5 more inches on top.  Fold in half, and the image will be on top.)

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  1. I love your design. Its cute, simple, not over the top, but still has great sentiment. Thanks for sharing your great work!

  2. I would love these adorable Father’s Day Printables! Can I get them via email, please? :)

  3. Thank you for sharing this great printable! If you email it to people, does it come with the edging and not just the words? If so, can you please email it to me? Thank you!

    1. Hi Kat,

      The edging is actually distress ink–I just rubbed it around the edges!!! Thanks for reading!!!! xoxo

    2. You can get distress ink at any hobby or scrapbook store (or should be). It’s about $5, and lasts a long time. I use mine often, and it’s lasted a couple of years!! I use it on a lot of projects–definitely one of my favorite craft items!!

  4. I would like to use this post in a roundup I am putting together. I would use a small picture in a collage and put a link to your post. Please let me know if this is something you are okay with! Thanks so much.


  5. I love this! Is there a way to have it print 2 on the right side so that it would be folded into a card with that on the outside?

  6. I’m having trouble with the software that the download had me sign up for, are you still able to email this cute printable to me? I would love to use it for my Primary kids. Thank you!!!!

    1. Were you trying to download Adobe Reader? It’s a pdf file, so that’s what you would need to download the files. I’m happy to email the jpg (image) file to you, but you’ll need to insert it into Word, and re-size before printing, since the image is large. If you have any questions, let me know! I’m sending you the one that I used for Primary–if it’s the wrong one, let me know that too! xoxo

  7. I just discovered your website today! I love your style and appreciate you sharing your creative talents with us! I noticed that you attached the files for the orange and turquoise cards above, thank you! I was wondering if you would be willing to share the blue and orange file (pictured above) as well?
    Thank you!

    1. Hi, Amy–I’m so glad you found me! It’s funny—those are actually the same printable! It just printed like that for me when I did it, so I went with it. :) The color in my printer was off, so it made it look blue, not turquoise. I love the blue too, and I actually went to go quickly change the color of the text, when I realized I don’t have the original anymore–I believe it was with a group of files I lost when my hard drive crashed. I’m so sorry!

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