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Grab this quick and easy (and adorable!) printable Father’s Day card to go along with a delicious family meal from Culver’s.
Father’s Day is a holiday that seems to sneak up on me every year. Is that true for you? It’s as if they tried to sneak it in right in the middle of a month full of family vacations and pool days. I nearly forget each year.
The thing about Father’s Day though, is that it does not require a fancy present or an extravagant celebration. All parents know, on these types of holidays it’s the homemade gifts and time spent together that really get us.
Give me a handmade card and a day full of my kids giving me hugs and telling me they love me and I’m a happy person.
Free Printable Father’s Day Cards
I made this card for those of us that may be late in our Father’s Day planning once again. Not only is it free and here for you totally last minute, but it’s really sweet because it allows the kids to personalize it.
The hamburger theme of this card goes along perfect with a Father’s Day meal at Culver’s. It was our first choice for a laid back, family-focused holiday.
Culver’s has two of my top priorities: 1.) A large menu that has something for everyone, including my tiny picky eater. We ordered ButterBurgers and fries, Wisconsin Cheese Curds, pretzel bites with warm cheese, and of course, chicken fingers for the kid that will eat nothing else.
2.) Fresh Frozen Custard! The custard at Culver’s has no many options and mix-ins. It’s almost hard to decide what to choose!
We picked out concrete mixers with peanut butter and Reese’s Pieces candy inside and a chocolate sundae. They are so good!
If dining in isn’t something you are quite ready for yet, they have drive-thru and to-go options. Plus, if the weather is in your favor, there’s a nice patio section, too!
Dad You Are BUN In A Million!
To use this card, just print it out and let the kids color in the hamburger and the big letters that spell out Dad. You could get super creative and use watercolor or even glue and glitter if you’re feeling especially brave. Inside, they can write a special note, draw a picture or glue a photograph.
To print this, just CLICK HERE and the card will pop-up as a PDF, then hit print. That’s it!
While your printer is warmed up, I have another really sweet Father’s Day printable you can grab. It’s a Dad and Me Questionnaire that’s really sweet and would go great with your hamburger card.
Enjoy your day and Happy Father’s Day to all the great dads out there.
Liz is a just a mom trying to keep it real about how little she sleeps, how often she gets puked on and how much she loves them. You can find her here every day writing about real-mom moments.