Father’s Day Subway Art
Father’s Day is RIGHT around the corner and I promised myself that with THIS holiday, I wouldn’t be late. I was thrilled to get a message from Shannah over at Just Us Four to create this fun new Father’s Day subway art. Shannah is a pretty crafty gal – I have already learned so much from her after meeting her at the Snap Conference this year in Salt Lake City.
Subway Art is perfect for all types of crafty people. From the non-crafter to the amazingly-talented-why-didn’t-I-think-of-that crafter. I would love to say that I fall into the latter category but sadly I’m much closer to the first. You could say that I’m more of a “craft idea collector” than a “doer”. When I think about doing a craft project, it needs to be simple! Here’s a super EASY project to help you dress up your house for Father’s Day!
Subway art is super popular – so I started this project the same way I start many of my projects: with my pen and paper. I brainstormed all the adjectives that I could think of the described my dad and my husband. Because they are such great men, it was super simple to come up with a set of printables.
And to make the pot even sweeter? Check out the cute cards you can make to give the special dads in your life. All I did was reduce the size and then trim to fit. These are on folded sheets of construction paper – because let’s face it: my kids are 6 and 3 and we love construction paper here. Brought out the glue stick and voila. I decided to jazz them up a bit with some glitter glue…so now they’re F-A-N-C-Y! The best part is that the last part of the download will give you all four color schemes. Just print and trim.
The best part about it is the cute project that Shannah from Just Us Four is doing with the art. She’s got a complete tutorial so even craft-challenged gals like me can do it! Click the photo to go directly to her post!
Click the photo to see the tutorial!
And now without further ado – you can download your free printables by clicking the link below
Thanks so much for visiting. Don’t forget to check out Shannah’s post! And I’d love to see what you do with the printables! Leave a comment here with a link, find me on Facebook and share, or head on over to Instagram.