If you want to learn how to make a simple tie card for dad, look no further than this Father’s Day tie heart card. We put a spin to the classical shirt and tie card and replaced the shirt with a heart.
Use the template we created for some fun and colorful tie patterns or come up with your own ideas.
This Father’s Day tie heart card can be made for both dad and grandpa. Because it is such a simple handmade card, it is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers. Toddlers will need help cutting out the heart and tie but they will love coloring the tie and gluing it in the middle of the heart. Preschoolers will be able to make the cards on their own with little or no help from an adult.
That’s why these tie cards are great to create in the classroom.
Our template comes with colored ties or white ones that kids can color with colored pencils, markers or paint.
This Father’s Day craft is a nice addition to our heart cards for dad, next to the handy dad card and the hooked on dad card. For more ideas, make sure to check out our entire Father’s Day craft collection.
Father’s Day tie heart card
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- Tie heart card template
- Cardstock paper: white and several other colors of your choice
- Black marker
- Colored pencils or markers (optional)
How to make a Father’s Day tie heart card
Print the heart (first page of the template) on any color cardstock paper. Print the ties on white cardstock paper.
You can print and use the colored ties or have kids color them with markers or colored pencils.
Fold the heart in half along the dashed line.
Make a 1″ cut in the middle of the top flip of the heart card and fold the sides to the outside to create the collar.
Glue the tie in the middle of the heart, right under the collar.