‘Royal’ Printable Father’s Day Crafts for Your Kids

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Canary Jane

From nail art to scrap-booking to fashion to photography to interior design to painting, Natashia McLean is as crafty as they come (in the literal sense, of course). But first and foremost, Natashia is devoted to her family—and to making her family life fun! Father’s Day is no exception. Please enjoy her “royal” Father’s Day printables, and her beautiful thoughts on the divine role of fathers.

“The title of father is a noble one. So, with Father’s Day coming up, I’ve created these kingly apparel items that you can let your kids color and write on (in the prompts).

“A father’s role is symbolic of our Heavenly Father. And as I have watched my husband, I see how he loves, cares, and provides for our children. So, on this Father’s Day I wanted to really make my husband feel special, like a king.

“I started by making a crown for the children to color and realized that my husband would end up with four crowns—a bit too many for his head. So, I decided each of the children could decorate different parts of the king’s apparel. He may end up with more than one cuff or pendant.

“To print this. Head over to CanaryJane.com/p/free-printables.html and find the Father’s Day printables you would like to print (there’s also a Father’s Day scavenger hunt!), or just click on the following links:

From there right click on the images and select save. Save the file to a folder and name where you will be able to find it easily. Open the file after saving and print.

President Ezra Taft Benson said,

Fathers, yours is an eternal calling from which you are never released. Callings in the Church, as important as they are, by their very nature are only for a period of time, and then an appropriate release takes place. But a father’s calling is eternal, and its importance transcends time. It is a calling for both time and eternity (Ensign, Nov. 1987, 48).

“I hope you enjoy Father’s Day and by making the dads in your life truly feel loved and appreciated. If you’d like to read more about me and my family you can check out my blog, CanaryJane.com.”

Check out “20 Hilarious Father’s Day Gifts” for more ideas!

Natashia McLean is an illustrator, lifestyle blogger, and fitness instructor. From a young age she could be found with a pen in her hand drawing. She now sells watercolor and pen prints on Etsy, does graphic design work, and draws stop animation clips for businesses. She strongly believes in cultivating creativity and imagination so frequently will create with her children. They also enjoy hiking as a family in the mountains nearby. She records her family adventures and professional life at CanaryJane.com. She lives in Provo, Utah with her four children and husband.