Kids can tell Dad, “I Love You Pop!” with this popcorn themed Father’s Day Craft, free template, and easy directions!
Father’s Day is coming up so we came up with a free craft template for you to make with your children to celebrate. For a personal touch, we used our fingerprints to paint the popcorn and also wrote Dad a special message on the front of the popcorn bag to make sure He knows how much we love him. Your kiddo can come up with their own special message and leave their own special fingerprints to touch Dad’s heart.
Since the Dad in our life loves popcorn so much we are also going to pair this card with a bowl full of popcorn and some popcorn-themed goodies–perfect for our special “POP!”
Popcorn Goodies for Dad
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I Love You Pop: Popcorn Father’s Day Craft
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- I Love You Pop Craft Template (Available to download for free with directions towards the end of this post)
- Red, white, yellow craft paper (or choose your own color to match your Dad’s favorites)
- Yellow paint
Craft with us and watch our video tutorial or continue below to the directions.
First, squirt some yellow paint out and let kids dip their finger in it and then dab it on the popcorn template. I like to use leftover lids as paint trays, as you can see in the picture. My daughter and I debated on if we should cut out the template first, but she was afraid kids would get paint on the table so we went with her way and painted first.
Cut out the red stripes. There is one for the left side and one for the right side. Line them up on the template so they follow the black line along the bottom of the popcorn bag. Glue them in place.
Cut out the star, write a special message on it, and glue it onto the bag.
Once the popcorn template is dry, cut it out and glue it to the top of the popcorn bag. Now the craft is complete. If you want to turn it into a card, add a second sheet of paper behind the template by stapling or taping it together. We hope you have a Happy Father’s Day. Thanks for crafting with us!
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