When your kids are still too young to break out the glitter glue and make dad a Father’s Day card–or too old–a printed card can still go a long way. So to keep you from the card aisle crush the next Saturday, I searched through Etsy (with the help of some of our friends over there–thanks Adam!) and tracked down a few clever handmade Father’s Day cards that help show your love both for the rockin’ dads of the world, and for independent artists too. -Liz
I’d imagine this “daddy
issues” Father’s Day card (above)was designed for adults to give to
their own fathers, but it’s kind of more hilarious coming from a two
year-old. Find it at Wit and Wistle – and on our own Father’s Day Gift
Traditional icons like cars, baseballs and tools get a humorous jolt
from a line of Superman logos in this father’s day card” target=”_blank” href=”http://www.etsy.com/listing/48552437/my-dads-uncool-card-blue”>”uncool”
Father’s Day card at Shop Giberrish, with a hilarious message and
the word FATHER spelled out using the periodic elements.
Sentimental-yet-manly types will appreciate this wonderfully designed handmade
Father’s Day card with a message that’s perfect for any great dad.
card” target=”_blank” href=”http://www.etsy.com/listing/48943971/personalized-fathers-day-golden-ticket”>Golden
Ticket Father’s Day card which, when you open it, has a
lottery-style scratch-off bit that reveals your own custom message. But order now! It takes 3-7 to ship from NYC.