Free Best Dad Ever Father’s Day Banner

Free Best Dad Ever Father’s Day Banner

Father’s Day is a special occasion to show appreciation and love for the amazing dads in our lives. And what better way to honor them than with a personalized homemade banner?

Father's Day banner blue gingham pattern ties with the letters spelling out Best Dad Ever

In this tutorial, I’ll guide you through creating a charming Father’s Day banner featuring blue gingham pattern ties and the letters spelling out “BEST DAD EVER.” With a free printable template as your starting point, you’ll enjoy a fun and creative process while crafting a heartfelt tribute to your dad. So, let’s gather our materials and dive into this step-by-step guide to make a memorable and stylish banner for your beloved father.

Now, let’s get started on this delightful DIY project that will make your Father’s Day celebration even more special!

Materials you’ll need:

  1. Free printable banner template (with tie shapes and letters spelling out “BEST DAD EVER”)
  2. Printer and paper
  3. Scissors
  4. Glue or double-sided tape
  5. Ribbon or string
  6. Hole puncher
  7. Optional: markers, colored paper, or additional decorations for customization


Step 1: Download and print the free printable banner:

Step 2: Cut out the tie shapes and letters:

  • Carefully cut along the outline of each tie shape and the individual letters spelling out “BEST DAD EVER.”
  • Take your time to ensure clean and precise cuts.

Step 6: Customize and decorate (optional):

  • If you’d like, you can further personalize your banner by using markers, colored paper, or additional decorations.
  • Add doodles, patterns, or messages to the tie shapes or letters to make them unique.
Printable Father's Day banner with tie shape pennants and the words Best Dad Ever

Step 7: Punch holes and string the banner:

  • Determine the spacing you’d like between each banner piece.
  • Use a hole puncher to create two holes at the top corners of each tie shape or letter.
  • Thread the ribbon or string through the holes to connect the banner pieces together.
  • Leave extra ribbon or string at both ends for hanging.

Step 8: Hang and display your Father’s Day banner:

  • Find a suitable location to hang your completed banner.
  • Secure the ends of the ribbon or string to hooks, nails, or tape.
  • Make any necessary adjustments to the spacing or positioning of the banner pieces.

And there you have it! Your Father’s Day banner with blue gingham pattern ties and the letters spelling out “BEST DAD EVER.” It’s now ready to be displayed and celebrated on Father’s Day.

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4 Free Turtle-ly Cute Printable Father’s Day Cards

4 Free Turtle-ly Cute Printable Father’s Day Cards

June 18th is Father’s Day. What are you and the kids making for Dad?

The kids and I are creating a special card for Daddy! And the theme seems to center around a turtle!

So of course, we created all these Father’s Day cards with all kinds of turtles in mind!

These Father’s Day cards are turtley cute.


1. The “You are Turtley Cool” message with what looks like a flying turtle Father’s Day card

Free Father's Day card turtlely cool!

2. The “Daddy You are Turtley Cool” dancing turtle card.


Father's Day Card- turtley cool


3. The “Dad I Turtley Love You” card.

Father's Day Card - Turtle Love you white card

4. The ” I Just Can’t Hide It! You Are One Turtley Cool Dad” with a very shock turtle card.

Father's Day Card- I can't hide


Supplies needed to make these Father’s Day cards:

Free printable Father’s Day cards (download bottom of the post)

Printer ( I have this Canon printer)


scissors or paper trimmer (this is the one I have and love)



How to make the Father’s Day card

1.  Grab the printable Father’s Day cards at the bottom of this post.

Once your pdf open on the web browser, download it to your computer.

2.  Open up your PDF in your adobe reader. If you don’t have it, you can download it for free here.

3.  Print out your PDF on thick cardstock. Please check your printer first to see what kind of paper weight your printer can handle.

Scroll down to the card that you want. Click print. Select current page or the page range that you want to print.

4.  Cut out the 5×7″ card following the trim marks on the cardstock.

5.  Have the kid(s) write a message on the back of the card.

6.  Place in a cute envelope and give to dad.



Looking for some more Father’s Day cards?

Here is a really out of this world rocket card for dad.

For the dad who loves to fish, this card would be perfect for him.

Daddy would love to wear this tie card.

Happy Father’s Day!

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Free Father’s Day Coloring Card for Preschoolers

Free Father’s Day Coloring Card for Preschoolers

Looking for an easy activity for your preschooler to do for dad this Father’s Day? Print out this 5×7″ foldable Father’s Day coloring card for preschoolers to color in.

Father's Day coloring card with the words My dad rocks free printable

While this coloring activity looks like just a fun activity for kids to do for dad, it offers many benefits for preschooler.


child coloring in father's day card

1. Helps develop hand strength- Preschoolers are just beginning to build their muscles so coloring will help them strengthen their hand strength. Hand strength is important for so many activities, especially handwriting. It will also help them with develop proper pencil grip.

2. Encourages creativity- Coloring offers kids creativity. Even if you give 10 kids the same exact coloring pages, each one will look different in the end. One child can color the sun purple, while another color it yellow. Some might color everything in black. Another child might want to draw something new and color that in. Coloring let the kid be control of what their art look like.

3. Helps with early writing skills – Eye-hand coordination and pencil grip are important aspect of handwriting. With coloring, a preschooler practice control of the crayon (how much pressure is exerted on the crayon to make darker color or lighter color), the speed, and the direction. Not only does coloring prepare preschooler for writing, but also use of other utensils, such as scissors, grooming and hygiene tools,

4. Promote patience and focus – Coloring for preschooler as well as for older kids and adults is a great activity to slow down and focus on one task. It takes patience to color within the line and focus to bring the final result from the child’s mind onto paper.

5. Language development – Coloring and discussing their final result helps the child use descriptive words to describe and rationalize why they choose a particular color. When you look at your child’s finish art piece instead of saying how nice it is, say, ” I see you color this in purple, why did you pick that color?” Or you can simply say, “Can you tell me a little bit about your art?” and see what your child says. It might surprise you at to why they do things.

6. Self expression- Drawing and coloring is a form of self expression. This is their way of expressing how they feel when they can’t find the right words. My friend’s kid was sad when she sees all the animals at the shelter not getting adopted so she drew a picture and color it in. This helped her mom to see how she’s been feeling and thus leads to discussion on feelings, animal adoption, etc.

7. Color recognition – Coloring helps them understand what primary colors are and explore color combinations.

8. Bilateral Coordination – Coloring promotes the use of both hands, which is a very necessary skill for writing, cutting, and daily activities. When coloring, a child hold the paper with one hand while the other hand colors.

Father's Day coloring card back and front of card says my dad rocks

This Father’s Day coloring card is 5×7″ when folded. I’ve also include the same design in 8.5×11″ size in PDF and PNG files. You can digitally color the PNG files in Procreate.

Supplies and Instructions

Creating the card is fairly simple.

1. Print it out on cardstock either at home or at a printing shop.
2. Cut out the card with a paper trimmer or scissors.
3. Fold it half.
4. Have your child color it in using crayons, color pencils, or markers.
5. Write inside card.
6. Give to dad!
7. If you want to put it inside an envelope, I recommend these. You can also make your own envelope.

Father's day coloring card daddy rocks front and back

More Father’s Day Coloring Cards

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Happy Father’s Day!