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All About My Dad Printable Freebie

Kids say the funniest things… and the cutest and the sweetest things too.

Here's a free printable for Father's Day. Interview your kid about their Dad (or if they are old enough to read and write they can fill this out themselves). Then frame it for a gift Dad can treasure forever!


The printable features a few basic questions… that you might get very creative answers to.


And there's a 4 x 6 spot to affix a photo or draw a picture. 


This reminds me of the wood paneled station wagon my Dad used to drive (not quite this vintage looking).


It's so precious how kids talk about their Dads.


The 8 1/2 x 11 printable:


Click here to download.

Hope you enjoy! Here's to all the amazing Dads + Grandpas out there!

Clip Art from Cathe Holden at Just Something I Made. Graphic Design by Keren Dukes from Free Pretty Things for You.




  1. I LOVE this!

  2. Lovely post… nice picture!!! I just love this card especially for Dad!! I delicate this post to my sweet dad.. Thanks for this great post.

  3. So fabulous! Just shared on my FB page –

  4. I was a pre-k teacher for 19 years. I did this sort of thing every year for mother’s day, and LOVED the responses I got from the kids. (not sure the mom’s appreciated it at the moment) But I’m sure they treasure them now.
    great tip to pass on!

  5. Hi returning the follow fro jollyjillys
    Nice blog great idea

  6. That is a really cute craft. I will keep this in mind for when my daughter gets old enough. Following you back via GFC from The Steady Hand. Thanks!

  7. Debbie DeLoach says:

    I love this and actually told my son’s Kindergarden teacher about it today. She said she would love to do this with the kids before the end of school. I am having trouble (I’m apparently not that smart) downloading it so I can email to her. Is there a way I can get it in a pdf form or even a jpeg not from Flickr. I’m not sure she will be able to get on flickr and print it. Any help? Sorry to be needy! Thanks – Debbie D

  8. following you back with gfc from ww link up!

  9. This is awesome!! Thanks for sharing this! I am definitely using it for Father’s Day!
    I am your newest follower- and I would love to have you follow me too!
    Camille @

  10. What a great idea. I’m going to try some of these questions with my 3 year old. Thanks for stopping by my blog!!

  11. Thank you SO much for sharing. My husband would totally love this.

  12. I have never downloaded anything from flickr before. Is it best to download and print the Large size of this file (the (1024 x 791) ??

  13. Oh, this is a great project! I love it!
    I’m returning the visit and the follow! Thanks for stopping by!

  14. I used to do something like this with my second graders for mom’s on mother’s day. It was hilarious what they would come up with! I never thought of using a dad version. Thanks!

  15. dianalyn says:

    thank you

  16. Debbie Painter says:

    This is Awesome!! Thank you!!

  17. Malia, I dig your style girl! I’m printing out your printable for both my girls right now! Many, many thanks!

  18. this idea is adorable. I absolutely love it.

  19. Adorable! Shared this in my Father’s Day round up”

  20. Can you make one of these for teachers? It would be a perfect gift/card for the end of the school year.

  21. wow.. daughter and dad have great time. love the pics..

  22. Lovely!

  23. Q&As from kids are one of my favorite things for Mothers’ / Fathers’ Day … this one is absolutely adorable! Pinned!

  24. Erika Berry says:


  25. I love it! I made one up for the 16th to Dad from our cockatiel – that’s Dad’s ‘son'; we don’t have human kids!

    Thanks so much for posting this.

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