DIY Father's Day Card with Tuxedo and Bow Tie Design Children's Crafts
Most men wear a tuxedo and bow tie to celebrate special occasions in their lives, such as a wedding, an important social or political event, dinner party or religious ceremony. Since a tuxedo represents important occasions in a man's life, why not let Dad know just how special this Father's Dayis by giving him a tuxedo and bow tie this year. This classic symbol of special occasions is the perfect way to let a father know just how special he is to you.
1 Sheet of white Card Stock Paper
1 Sheet of Crepe Paper or Construction Paper
Crayons or Markers
How to Make Your Tuxedo and Bow Tie Father's Day Card
1. Fold your sheet of stock paper in half.
2. Write a greeting on the top of the page, such as "Happy Father's Day" or "For a Special Dad."
3. If you want, you can add additional artwork to the top of the card to surround your greeting.
4. Starting at the bottom of the card, color in both sides to make your "tuxedo." You can color in the sides with a black marker, or you can make your tuxedo any color. If your dad is the fun, zany type, use blue markers for the famous 1970s blue tuxedo look.
5. As you color your way up towards the middle of the card, round out the top edges.
6. Add a few "buttons" down the middle of your tuxedo.
7. Next, take your crepe paper and cut it into a bow tie shape. Feel free to substitute the crepe paper with black construction paper.
8. Take a piece of leftover crepe paper and cut a ½" inch strip.
9. Glue the ½" inch strip of paper to the middle of the bow tie.
10. Add dots or other decorations to your bow tie.
This Father's Day surprise your father with this fun and easy DIY Father's Day card. However, this tuxedo and bow tie card is not only for Father's Day. It would be the perfect card craft for any occasion throughout the year. Simply change the greeting and you are ready for birthdays, anniversaries or holidays. Happy Father's Day!