Cell Phone Selfie Father’s Day Card

Cell Phone Selfie Card - great for Mother's Day or Father's Day! by Amanda Formaro - Crafts by Amanda

Need a fun and unique idea for your kids for Father’s Day? Kids of all ages are carrying cell phones these days and they are the kings and queens of #selfies! Make a card shaped like a phone and attach a selfie from your child to their dad.

Cell Phone Selfie Card - great for Mother's Day or Father's Day! by Amanda Formaro - Crafts by Amanda

Special thanks go out to Kendell Stroud and Tanner Bell of Little Craft in Your Day, as well as Kyra Chiappini and Jessica Langelier for sharing their selfies with me!

I originally made this project for Spoonful. Spoonful has since closed and the instructions were taken down. I am putting the instructions here until such time that Spoonful projects are redirected to a new home. At that time I will remove the instructions and link directly to the project on their site.

Cell Phone Selfie Father’s Day Card

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Supplies
  • Card stock
  • Selfie photo printed on white copier paper
  • Tools: Scissors/cutting board, glue stick, fine point black marker, pencil
Directions
  1. Cut card stock into a rectangle about the same size as a cell phone. You can use your own phone as a guide to draw on any buttons or controls with a pencil. Round the edges of the rectangle with scissors.
  2. Write your message on the back. Something like: "I can't stop my #selfie from thinking you're the greatest DAD!"
  3. Trim your photo to fit the area on the front of the card and cover the back completely with glue stick. Stick it to the front of the card. Use a fine point marker to trace around the photo to give it a border and to trace around any controls or buttons.
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