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Doodle Art for Dad

This Doodle Art for Dad from Fiskars is a great if you're looking for preschool Father's Day Crafts.  Great for kids of all ages, this framed art is sure to make dad proud, and he'll love displaying it on his desk for all to see.  Don't forget to include a little image in the frame so dad can easily show off the artist.

doodle art for dad


  • Cutting Mat (24" x 36")
  • Round 'n Round Squeeze Punch (Large)
  • That’s Amore Squeeze Punch (Medium)
  • That's Amore Squeeze Punch (Large) 
  • Blank cream card
  • Scrap cardstock
  • Foam squares
  • Tape
  • Crayons



  1. To begin with- I used a pre made blank cream card. I trimmed a piece of cardstock, to measure slightly smaller than the card size. I also gathered all of my supplies- a few punches, foam squares and some masking tape. I punched a small photograph into a heart shape and matted it with some cream cardstock. I also punched a circle from regular paper that you would feed to your printer.

    doodle art for dad
  2. Adhere the paper circle using masking tape onto the cardstock. I folded the masking tape to form a loop and this worked fine for me. An easier way would be to punch the circle from a post it note and adhere it temporarily onto the cardstock. And then let the fun/chaos begin! Let your little toddler color all over the cardstock- with crayons, markers or watercolors.

    doodle art for dad
  3. Once the entire cardstock has been covered with crayon markings, carefully peel of the masking circle. (You could totally punch any other shape and make this a different theme card- a heart, a Christmas tree, a bird, a flower…)

    doodle art for dad
  4. I chose to add the photo and a sentiment onto it using foam squares. You could just hand write or if your kids are older ask them to print “Happy Father’s Day” or “World’s best Dad”

    doodle art for dad
  5. I also decorated the envelope with a heart I punched from more crayon markings. This would also be a great idea for the card itself!

    doodle art for dad

    doodle art for dad

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