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How to Make a DIY Father’s Day Magic Card (Template Included)

These magical Father’s Day cards are the coolest!

maybe you have seen I

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These magic cards may seem a little tricky to make, but once you’ve made your first card, you can’t stop! You will get a printable template at the end of this tutorial to make it even easier.

They make the cutest craft project for Father’s Day.

So what is magic? Let’s see…

When you insert a hero card, only the silhouette of a man with the inscription Father is visible.

When the card is removed, a color version of the image begins to appear. Pretty cool, right? Oh but there are more!!!

To make this card even more magical, pull out a card and you’ll know who your dad is. That’s a hero! Emblems and cloaks, etc. Say it’s awesome, right? You can also add details to the background to make the map stand out even more. I think we can all agree that these are the best Father’s Day cards kids can make.

The I Love Dad Is Magic card is similar (unless you add it yourself), except that it doesn’t show hidden items. But it also looks very nice!

How to make a magic card for Mother’s Day?

what do you need

  • Our printable model (you will receive it at the end of the tutorial)
  • heavier print paper
  • Heavy color printing paper/construction paper (we love Astrobrights paper)
  • Clear plastic (punched folder pockets work well – choose a shiny transparent folder – other clear plastic sheets also work)
  • alcohol marker
  • coloring supplies
  • scissors
  • glue
  • stapler

Optional: Stickers to decorate the frame

3 templates are available – My Dad, My Hero, I

Step-by-step instructions to make a magic card for Father’s Day

Print the model. To make one card, you’ll need the first page of a printable PDF (for the card frame) and one of the other pages with your design.

Print your design on white paper. The frame could be white, but the colored frame definitely looks better.

For the side with the picture, cut out two rectangles along the outside line.

For sheets containing rectangles other than the frame, first cut the frame (along the outer edge).

The frame has a rectangle (indicated by a solid line). We need to cut this rectangle out.

This is the shape of the frame part of a magical Father’s Day card.

Also cut out the shape of a long rectangle (along the solid line).

Fold along the dotted line.

Also fold along all the dotted lines of the frame. It is important to make the folds as clean as possible.

We usually use a craft stick to help with this by sliding it through the fold.

Also take a rectangle (without pattern) printed on white paper and fold it along the dotted lines. Both folds must point to the same side as shown.

Place the paper in the position shown in the illustration (fold the back side of the paper down and fold it) and apply glue along the thin folds (left and right).

Create a magic card frame for Father’s Day

Place the frame as shown in the photo. The folds of white paper go under the folds of the frame. Press the blue area and apply glue to the blue area as well.

Close the card and press down to set the glue. You can hold it down with a book while continuing with the other steps.

The image below gives you a rough idea of ​​what a magical Father’s Day card frame might look like. There are “two compartments”. One below the white paper, the other above (with frame open).

Place the rectangle with your design on the transparent sheet (or below). Create the same clear plastic mold using it as a template.

Cut a bit of plastic to make it a little thinner and shorter than the drawing on paper.

Place the plastic wrap over the design (align it on top), place the paper and wrap with the design between the folded rectangles and staple everything together (the rectangles are decorative, so if you’re having trouble with this step, you can skip this step).

Take a permanent marker (better quality is best) and draw the thick lines that appear in your design on a transparent sheet. The father’s horse and the man’s figure.

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Remove the foil and color the design.

You can also color the picture at the beginning of the project, but using a darker color when coloring makes the tracking a bit more difficult.

insert card

This beat is an important part of making the magic happen! You need to slide the card with the design behind the white paper in the card frame…

And the leaves on the blank paper (between the blank and the open part of the frame).

Push the card all the way in.

If the card is jammed, you can cut it slightly from the side. Grasp the card several times, then pull to release. Used a few times and it works fine.

very cool! I made a magic card for Father’s Day! You can also use stickers to decorate the frame to make it look a little more silly.

Get a Magic Card Template for Father’s Day

Get the template here: FD Spell Card

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How to Make a DIY Father’s Day Magic Card (Template Included)

This magical Father’s Day card is the coolest thing ever!
You may have seen the I
*this post contains affiliate links*
These magic cards might seem a bit tricky to make, but once you’ve crafted your first card, you won’t be able to stop! We make it even easier because you can grab the printable template at the end of this tutorial.
They make the cutest craft project for Father’s Day.
So what is magic? Let’s look at this….
When the hero card is inserted, all you can see is the silhouette of a man with the word my father.

When you remove the card, a colored version of the image begins to appear. Pretty cool isn’t it? Ohh but there is even more!!!

To make this card even more magical, the card, when you pull it out, reveals who the daddy really is – a hero! With emblem and cape and all. Talk about awesome, right? And you can even add details in the background to make the map stand out even more. I think we can all agree that this is the best Father’s Day card kids can make.

The I Love Dad Is Magic card is similar, except it doesn’t reveal any hidden items (unless you add them yourself). But it looks really nice too!
How to make a magic card for Father’s Day

What do you need
our printable model (you can get it at the end of the tutorial)
heavier printing paper
heavier color printing paper / construction paper (we like Astrobrights paper)
clear plastic (punched folder pockets work well – opt for glossy clear folders – other clear plastic sheets also work)
alcohol marker
coloring supplies
the scissors
glue
stapler
Optional: stickers to decorate the frame
We have 3 templates available – My Dad, My Hero, I
Step-by-step instructions for creating magic cards for Father’s Day
Print the model. To create 1 card you will need the first page of our printable PDF (for the card frame) and one of the other pages with the designs.
Print the designs on white paper. The frame can also be white, but a colored frame will definitely look better.
With the page with a drawing, cut out the two rectangles following the outer line.

With the sheet that has the frame and another rectangle, first cut out the frame (along the outer edge).
There is a rectangle in the frame (marked with a solid line) – you need to cut out this rectangle

This is what the frame part of your magical Father’s Day card should look like.

Also cut the shape of the long rectangle (along the solid line).

Fold along the dotted line.

Also fold along all the dotted lines on the frame. It is important to make the folds as neat as possible.
We usually use a craft stick to help with this, pushing it through the creases.

Also take the rectangle (without the pattern) you printed on white paper and fold along the dotted line, both folds should face the same side as shown in the picture.
With the paper positioned as it is in the image (back of the paper down, fold up), apply the glue along the thin folded parts (left and right).

Make Father’s Day Magic Card Frame
Place inside the frame as shown in the photo. The folded part of the white paper goes under the folded part of the frame. Press on the blue part and also apply glue on the blue part.

Close the card, press down so the glue sets. You may want to press it down with a book as you continue with other steps.

The image below shows roughly what your magic Father’s Day card frame should look like – it has “two departments” – one below the white paper and one above (with the frame opening) .

Take the rectangle with the design and place it on the transparent foil (or underneath). Use it as a template to create the same clear plastic shape.
Cut the plastic a little to make it a little thinner and shorter than the drawing on paper.

Place the plastic sheet over the design (align it on top), place both the paper with the design and the sheet between the folded rectangle and staple everything together (the rectangle is decorative so if you have trouble with this step, you can skip it).

Take your permanent marker (higher quality ones work best) and trace the thicker lines that appear in the design onto the clear sheet. Words my father and the figure of a man.
If you are making the I

Remove the foil and color the design.
You can also color the drawing at the beginning of the project, but it makes tracing a little more difficult if you use dark colors when coloring.

Inserting the card
This bit is the important part for the magic to happen! You have to slide the card with the design behind the white paper on the frame of the card…

And the sheet on top of the white paper (between the white paper and the open part of the frame).
Push the card all the way.
If the card is stuck, you may want to cut it a little on the sides. Push and pull the card several times to loosen it – it will work fine after a few uses.
Wonderful! You have just created a magical card for Father’s Day! You can also use stickers to decorate the frame to make it look a little more silly.

Get the Magic Card Templates for Father’s Day
Get the templates here: FD magic card
Good DIY
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Become an Easy Peasy and Fun Membership and access our exclusive crafting patterns and educational printables. With brand new resources added every week, you’ll never run out of fun things to do with your kids (whether as a parent or as a teacher).

#DIY #Fathers #Day #Magic #Card #Template #Included

How to Make a DIY Father’s Day Magic Card (Template Included)

This magical Father’s Day card is the coolest thing ever!
You may have seen the I
*this post contains affiliate links*
These magic cards might seem a bit tricky to make, but once you’ve crafted your first card, you won’t be able to stop! We make it even easier because you can grab the printable template at the end of this tutorial.
They make the cutest craft project for Father’s Day.
So what is magic? Let’s look at this….
When the hero card is inserted, all you can see is the silhouette of a man with the word my father.

When you remove the card, a colored version of the image begins to appear. Pretty cool isn’t it? Ohh but there is even more!!!

To make this card even more magical, the card, when you pull it out, reveals who the daddy really is – a hero! With emblem and cape and all. Talk about awesome, right? And you can even add details in the background to make the map stand out even more. I think we can all agree that this is the best Father’s Day card kids can make.

The I Love Dad Is Magic card is similar, except it doesn’t reveal any hidden items (unless you add them yourself). But it looks really nice too!
How to make a magic card for Father’s Day

What do you need
our printable model (you can get it at the end of the tutorial)
heavier printing paper
heavier color printing paper / construction paper (we like Astrobrights paper)
clear plastic (punched folder pockets work well – opt for glossy clear folders – other clear plastic sheets also work)
alcohol marker
coloring supplies
the scissors
glue
stapler
Optional: stickers to decorate the frame
We have 3 templates available – My Dad, My Hero, I
Step-by-step instructions for creating magic cards for Father’s Day
Print the model. To create 1 card you will need the first page of our printable PDF (for the card frame) and one of the other pages with the designs.
Print the designs on white paper. The frame can also be white, but a colored frame will definitely look better.
With the page with a drawing, cut out the two rectangles following the outer line.

With the sheet that has the frame and another rectangle, first cut out the frame (along the outer edge).
There is a rectangle in the frame (marked with a solid line) – you need to cut out this rectangle

This is what the frame part of your magical Father’s Day card should look like.

Also cut the shape of the long rectangle (along the solid line).

Fold along the dotted line.

Also fold along all the dotted lines on the frame. It is important to make the folds as neat as possible.
We usually use a craft stick to help with this, pushing it through the creases.

Also take the rectangle (without the pattern) you printed on white paper and fold along the dotted line, both folds should face the same side as shown in the picture.
With the paper positioned as it is in the image (back of the paper down, fold up), apply the glue along the thin folded parts (left and right).

Make Father’s Day Magic Card Frame
Place inside the frame as shown in the photo. The folded part of the white paper goes under the folded part of the frame. Press on the blue part and also apply glue on the blue part.

Close the card, press down so the glue sets. You may want to press it down with a book as you continue with other steps.

The image below shows roughly what your magic Father’s Day card frame should look like – it has “two departments” – one below the white paper and one above (with the frame opening) .

Take the rectangle with the design and place it on the transparent foil (or underneath). Use it as a template to create the same clear plastic shape.
Cut the plastic a little to make it a little thinner and shorter than the drawing on paper.

Place the plastic sheet over the design (align it on top), place both the paper with the design and the sheet between the folded rectangle and staple everything together (the rectangle is decorative so if you have trouble with this step, you can skip it).

Take your permanent marker (higher quality ones work best) and trace the thicker lines that appear in the design onto the clear sheet. Words my father and the figure of a man.
If you are making the I

Remove the foil and color the design.
You can also color the drawing at the beginning of the project, but it makes tracing a little more difficult if you use dark colors when coloring.

Inserting the card
This bit is the important part for the magic to happen! You have to slide the card with the design behind the white paper on the frame of the card…

And the sheet on top of the white paper (between the white paper and the open part of the frame).
Push the card all the way.
If the card is stuck, you may want to cut it a little on the sides. Push and pull the card several times to loosen it – it will work fine after a few uses.
Wonderful! You have just created a magical card for Father’s Day! You can also use stickers to decorate the frame to make it look a little more silly.

Get the Magic Card Templates for Father’s Day
Get the templates here: FD magic card
Good DIY
Unlock VIP Printables – Become a Member

Become an Easy Peasy and Fun Membership and access our exclusive crafting patterns and educational printables. With brand new resources added every week, you’ll never run out of fun things to do with your kids (whether as a parent or as a teacher).

#DIY #Fathers #Day #Magic #Card #Template #Included


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