DIY Father's Day Cards for Kids: Give Dad a Car This Year With This Fun Craft by 30Seconds Mom

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DIY Father's Day Cards for Kids: Give Dad a Car This Year With This Fun Craft

Dad want a car for Father's Day? No problem! Have your kids make this fun DIY card that won't require a loan.

You’ll need:

Here’s how to make it:

Gather all your supplies. 

Draw a car shape onto the white paper. Include the details of the headlights, bumper, windshield and grill (as shown).

Have your child trace around the shape on the green construction paper and cut it out. Cut out all the car’s details from the white construction paper to serve as templates.

Cut the back windshield out using the template and attach with glue.

Cut the bumper out using the template and attach with glue.

Cut two black wheels out of the black construction paper and attach with glue.

Cut the grill out using the different shade of green construction paper and attach with glue.

Cut two circles out of the grey construction paper and two circles a little smaller out of the yellow paper. Attach as shown to make headlights.

Add details with a marker and write “Best Dad,” or whatever you like, on the bumper.

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Meredith Schneider
This is so cute! I better tell my kids to get busy. Father’s Day is rapidly approaching☺️
Cassiday
Love this idea! 💗
Elisa A. Schmitz 30Seconds
This is so great. What a fun project for kids that turns into a gift for Dad. Happy Father's Day!

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