DIY Toddler Painted Father’s Day Card

Get your toddler involved in making Dad a card this Father’s Day. Break out your Cricut and some paint for a one-of-a-kind card!

DIY Toddler Painted Father's Day Card

I’ve been getting extra creative lately making some really cute toddler-friendly cards. My latest is this Father’s Day card for my husband, Jon. I do most of the work, but then my toddler gets to do the fun part… the painting! I am in love with these Do A Dot Art! Markers. They are pretty much the mess-free way to paint these days!

DIY Toddler Painted Father's Day Card Supplies

Supplies:

DIY Toddler Painted Father's Day Card

I selected the “I Love Dad” image from Cricut Design Space™. I placed my vinyl on my mat, selected “vinyl” and let the Cricut do it’s job!

DIY Toddler Painted Father's Day Card

Next you remove the negative vinyl from the image.

Cricut Design Space™

Next, weed out the negative parts in the letters.

DIY Toddler Painted Father's Day Card

Place the transfer tape on top, and flatten with squeegee.

DIY Toddler Painted Father's Day Card

Place transfer tape on top of the card and carefully remove the tape from the card. By using a metallic card the tape won’t stick to the card!

DIY Toddler Painted Father's Day Card

Now let your toddler “paint”.

DIY Toddler Painted Father's Day Card

Minimal mess when you use the Do A Dot Art! Markers!

DIY Toddler Painted Father's Day Card

Let the paint dry then carefully remove the vinyl from the card! It should peel right up!

Tip:Make sure your toddler doesn’t over saturate the card with paint! I’ve learned that from experience!

DIY Toddler Painted Father's Day Card

A custom card for dad in about a half hour time from start to finish!

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