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Cool homemade Father’s Day card with custom medals

Cool homemade Father's Day card shown sitting on a table
1) A Father’s Day card that looks great on the sideboard…

Dad wearing his cool homemade Father's Day card medals
2) …but even better on Dad’s chest!

For Father’s Day 2014 forget the socks and tie !

No, if you really want to make a fashion statement, look no further than this cool homemade Father’s Day card with custom medals.

It’s easy to make, and with each of the 6 medals lovingly chosen by you, no two cards will be the same.

Fathers day medal illustrations

Choose between ‘greatest golfer’, ‘groovy mover’, ‘coolest coach’ and many others – there’s even some blank DIY ones, just in case your Dad has a unique talent you’d like to highlight!

How your own cool homemade Father’s Day card

Start off by downloading the medal and ribbon artwork below and then follow these easy peasy instructions.

Easy to follow hand drawn instructions for making a My hero Father's day card

Download printables and instructions

Includes:
1) Printable artwork – medals and ribbons
2) Collectable instructions – they look great stuck on the fridge!
323 downloads so far, thanks everyone!

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To accompany the card, why not give Dad a copy of Made by Dad: 67 blueprints for making cool stuff, it’s available online and in all good bookshops – take a look inside here!

Cover shot of Made by Dad: 67 blueprints for making cool stuff

Happy Father’s Day!

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16 thoughts on “Cool homemade Father’s Day card with custom medals

  1. Just got this book for Christmas and it’s awesome – can’t wait to get making – there are some fantastic ideas! I especially love the sentiments from the intro about the making and creation being the best bit. Thanks.

  2. This is so creative! I love how you share your artwork with everyone by providing the JPGs. Your step by steps are just as ingenious and exciting to read. I’ve got to get your book!

    Cheers

    -Pat

    • Thanks Pat for taking the time to comment, it’s really nice to hear the artwork is appreciated. Yes, you’ll find many more projects in my book (67 to be precise!), with loads of hand illustrated projects and printable artwork! All the best. Scott

  3. Thanks for the templates! My son did a great job coloring and picking out the perfect medals. You covered all bases with the categories. My son and I were out of town and had them hidden for my husband to find!

    • That’s great Holly, I’m so pleased you were able to put them to use – I hope Dad enjoyed his day! Thanks for taking the time to comment. Scott :)

  4. Hi

    I printed out the .pdf but all the medals are filled, instead of having blanks to make my own.

    Please can you help?

    Thanks

    • Hi Daisy, The blank medals are at the bottom of the medal sheet, I provided 5 different styles, so you might need to print the page twice to get at least 6 medals to fill the ribbon. I hope you can find them. Scott :)

    • Hi Audy – Thanks for the comment – I’ve emailed the files to you as JPGs rather than as PDF files, hopefully you can open and print them. All the best. Scott :)

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