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Father’s Day Trophy Card – With Printable Trophy Template

Who is the best dad in the world? Let the dad in your house know he’s number one with this Father’s Day trophy card (he comes with a handy template to make each trophy look perfect).

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Crafts for father's day for children.  Super simple paper trophy card that kids can make.

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Everyone likes at least some level of recognition. What better way to show someone that they are awesome than to give them a trophy.

Now, making an actual trophy can be quite a project (although if you want to make it super easy, you can paint a piece of paper or another cup yellow or gold and turn it into a trophy), so here’s a simpler version of what can be done. younger children.

If you’re making this Father’s Day craft for preschoolers, you’ll need help cutting, so it’s best to have all the pieces ready and focus on decorating the card.

Most older children (Kindergarten+) should have enough scissor skills to create this card on their own.

Ready? Father’s Day Let’s Do Trophy Card

Father's Day Trophy Card Craft

Father's Day Trophy Card Paper Craft

Tutorial on how to make a father’s day trophy card

What do you need:

  • our model – get it at the end of this tutorial
  • construction paper (letter or A4 size) in the colors of the trophy (golden yellow, orange or similar)
  • other colors for details
  • scissors
  • glue
  • optional: number 1 foam

Follow the instructions step by step

Print our model on construction paper. We chose yellow for our trophy card.

Cut out all the template pieces.

Fold the trophy card along the dotted line.

Make sure the crease is very sharp: we make our creases clean by running a craft stick over the crease, an effective and inexpensive tool, especially if you’re doing crafts in class.

Cut along the solid line to give it the shape of the trophy. Do not cut the dotted line at the top and bottom of the trophy.

Glue the handles to the trophy; you can stick them on the front or back of the card.

Take the shape of the circle. As you can see, there are two circular shapes, one inside the other.

You can color the larger circle (without coloring the smaller one inside) or trace the larger circle on different colored construction paper.

If you traced the circle, cut it.

Now cut out the smallest circle from the template.

Paste the smaller circle inside the larger one.

Trace the rectangle onto white paper (you can also leave it as it is or choose another color).

Cut out the rectangle.

Glue the rectangle to the bottom of the trophy card.

Tape the circle to the top of the trophy card.

If you have one, stick a foam sticker (or another sticker) inside the circle. Dad number one, right?

Alternatively, you can also write the number with a marker.

Who receives the trophy? And what is that? Our trophy is for the best dad, but you can get even more creative with your wording.

You can go even further by decorating the trophy. Add gems, ribbons, stickers…

Finally, add a personal message inside this fun Father’s Day card.

Print this Father’s Day Trophy Card Template

Father's Day Trophy Card.

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