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My Dad Is A Catch: Father's Day Baseball Card DIY

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DIY Kids Father's Day Baseball Card

My daughter and I had a fun time making these fun Father’s Day Baseball cards. All you need is one photo of your child, scissors, a paper fastener, double-sided tape, printer and 8.5×11 white cardstock paper.

The card measures 5X7 inches and will fit any A7 envelopes. Below are the instructions for downloading, printing and assembling. This craft takes less than ten minutes to complete.

Print on 8.5×11 heavy white cardstock paper. Cut out each individual piece.

Kids DIY Father's Day Baseball Card

The photo needs to be a 2 inch circle. I used my circle punch, but if you do not own one you can use the provided circle template. Simply cut out the circle template and trace it with a pen on the photo you would like to use and then cut out the photo. Use double sided tape to attach photo to the card.

Using a paper fastener poke through the black dot on the baseball and then the 5×7 card. If you are struggling getting the fastener through the cardstock, try using a pin to start the hole and then push the paper fastener through.

How do you download the Father's Day Baseball card template? Sign up to become a member of Artsy Kids Zone to download. The best part is that memberships are FREE! Not only will you gain access to this project but you will also gain access to all of Artsy Kids Zone downloads.

Kids Baseball Father's Day Card Template


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