Father’s Day is just around the corner. As you know, the joy of a child’s artwork on Father’s Day is an experience like no other. As dads unwrap the carefully wrapped creation, they’re greeted by a kaleidoscope of colors that could rival the most daring Picasso. The child’s enthusiasm is infectious as they excitedly explain their artistic choices, like using purple to represent the family dog or drawing dad with five arms because “he’s really good at fixing things.” Every stroke of the crayon or splash of paint captures a moment of uninhibited creativity, bringing an authentic and hilarious perspective to the artwork.
In the realm of child’s artwork, every piece is a frame-worthy treasure. From the “stick” figures that somehow resemble dad to the abstract squiggles that somehow convey his larger-than-life personality, these creations speak volumes about the bond between a father and child. So this Father’s Day, as you unwrap your little one’s artistic gem, remember to cherish the laughter and the pun-derful moments it brings. After all, it’s not just about the art—it’s about the “h-art” and soul that went into creating it.
We don’t want those masterpieces to just hand on the fridge. So we’ve created to pages for you to download and print. When they are done coloring, snap a picture and send it to us. On Father’s Day Morning we’ll proudly show them all in a post right here (and on our social media). If they don’t want to color a dinosaur or elephant – we’re totally ok with whatever they decide to go with.
Deadline to get in is Thursday June 15th at 5 PM.
The post will go live at 6:00 AM on FresYes!
Click on either of these two images to download, then print, color and send them in on the form below!