Father’s Day is around the corner so it’s time to start thinking of ways to spoil the dad in your life. If your dad or husband is anything like mine, they are impossible to shop for! Even if they tell us not to get them anything, I can’t let the day go by without celebrating them in some special way. That’s why printables are perfect for Father’s Day! You can print them big or small, use as a card, gift card holder, desk ornament on as a framed piece of art. Any way you choose, a printable is a great way to show the dad in your life that they are loved.


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1. Chalkboard Printable

Chalkboard prints are still so adorable and perfect for a “handmade” gift. They give the feeling of a unique and homemade present, but with much better penmanship! This particular chalkboard printable is just 1 in a set of 4, so be sure to head over to TheShabbyCreekCottage.com to check out the rest, as well as other freebies and recipes!



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2. Beer Labels & Cards

Who says printables only have to be cutesy sayings? Not with dads, they don’t! Up your printable game with these awesome beer labels (they work on soda and wine bottles too!) and retro Father’s Day card. You can include a nice coupon or gift card, and even let the kids color this simple black and white design. I’m totally going to do this this year!

Head over to EleganceAndEnchantment.com to download these printables. You’ll also find other gorgeous fonts and design projects for holidays!


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3. Coupons

These coupons can’t get any cuter! They say the best gifts are free and I can’t think of a daddy who wouldn’t love a coupon book full of hugs and kisses! Just print, cut and affix with some cute washi tape for a legit looking coupon book that’s priceless.

InThePlayroom.co.uk has this design, as well as a tie garland, gift bag and Father’s Day book printables too!


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4. Zombie Survival Kit

Does the dad in your life love a good zombie? Then this kit is both the perfect gift and a great free set of printables! Keep your dad prepared for the upcoming zombie apocalypse (or maybe just the next season of The Walking Dead) with this huge set of printables that includes labels for all their favorite snacks and a sweet card to your zombie daddy.

Check out SandyToesAndPopsicles.com for this amazing set of printables and tons of other crafts and tips for living in the OC!


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5. Yoda Man

This card cannot get any more perfect for my household, where we have a lifelong Star Wars lover on our hands. This is a great play on words, but even better- there’s a spot inside for your kiddos to say 5 things they love about dad!

Download this free card over to CarrieElle.com and then check out other crafts while you’re there!


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6. Father Acronym

Who doesn’t need a good acronym in their life? This one is a great option for a Father’s Day gift, especially by strategically cutting out the letters and placing in front of the handy, manly looking corkboard backdrop. Even if you don’t want to spend hours cutting out letters, this is a sweet printable that would look great on a dad’s nightstand!

FynesDesigns.com has this printable and a handful more that you will love!


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7. Card Fillers

These inspirational quotes are perfect additions to your Father’s Day cards. Just print one you like (there are 5 to choose from!) and stick in with your greeting card. These would also be great bookmarks in a new book for dad!

SimpleAsThatBlog.com has this great collection of cards, perfect for your Father’s Day. Check out this site for more tips on simple crafting and living.


Karly Wood

Karly Wood

Editor at HomeLife Media
I'm a born and bred Southern California native and currently the editor of both LifeAsMama.com and TheDailyPositive.com. I get to share my life with my husband of 12 years and our beautiful, 4-year old daughter. In my free time you'll catch me cheering for the Dodgers, cooking, baking, reading, crafting and probably watching a little HGTV!