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Can't Afford an iPad for Pops? Make Him This iDad Father's Day Card Instead

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An iDad Father's Day card is absolutely adorkable — & easy to make

Step 8: With a cutting mat underneath, cut around the two sides and the bottom of each icon with an X-Acto knife, creating lift-up flaps with the icons.

An iDad Father's Day card is absolutely adorkable — & easy to make
Image: Molly de Aguiar/SheKnows

Step 9: Line up the top and the bottom pieces of the card (without gluing them) and trace around the inside of the flap to mark where you will glue the photos that will appear underneath the flaps.

An iDad Father's Day card is absolutely adorkable — & easy to make
Image: Molly de Aguiar/SheKnows

Step 10: Set the top piece of the card aside and on the bottom piece, glue the photos down over the squares you just traced, leaving the last three squares for your Father's Day message. (If not using photos, just write messages or draw pictures instead.)

An iDad Father's Day card is absolutely adorkable — & easy to make
Image: Molly de Aguiar/SheKnows

Step 11: Write your Father's Day messages in the last three squares.

More: This Cute DIY Father's Day Gift Is Easy Enough for Kids to Help

An iDad Father's Day card is absolutely adorkable — & easy to make
Image: Molly de Aguiar/SheKnows

Step 12: When the photos and messages are done, erase all remaining pencil marks.

An iDad Father's Day card is absolutely adorkable — & easy to make
Image: Molly de Aguiar/SheKnows

Step 13: Use a glue stick (not spray glue) to glue the top piece to the bottom piece. Glue around the flaps, so that you don't accidentally glue any of them shut. Your flaps and photos/drawings underneath should line up perfectly.

An iDad Father's Day card is absolutely adorkable — & easy to make
Image: Molly de Aguiar/SheKnows

Step 14: To finish the iDad Father's Day card, trace around a dime for the button. Use a white gel pen or Sharpie to draw the circle/button.

An iDad Father's Day card is absolutely adorkable — & easy to make
Image: Molly de Aguiar/SheKnows

Next Up: Instructions: Envelope

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