Free Printable Father’s Day Coupon Book

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I know there are so many coupon books out there already, but I thought you could use more! Last year, I created this coupon book for my husband. Since it was his first Father’s Day, I went all out with custom cutesy gifts from Carl and Cosby. At the time, I wasn’t blogging so I never shared them with anyone and didn’t even think to take pictures (oops!).

What did you give your husband for his first Father’s day? I found the first year to be a lot easier than this year. This year, Carl is at an age where hand and footprint crafts aren’t really possible (too wiggly) and it seems I used up all of the good ideas that I found on Pinterest last year.

Kris’ first Father’s Day with Carl

Over the next few days, I will be giving you some free printables of items I made for Kris last year. Today, I am going to share a free printable coupon book. You can download the book at the bottom of my post.


Here was my original cover/back:


Father’s Day Coupon Book How-To


  • Printer
  • White card stock
  • Scissors
  • Single hole punch
  • 1 brad or ring
  • Crayons (if desired: for kids to draw pictures on the coupons)



  1. Print the book.
  2. Cut out the desired coupons. I butted the coupons against each other to save cutting time.
  3. Using the blank pages, you and the kids can create your own coupons.
  4. If desired, have kids draw pictures on their coupons to represent each one.
  5. Use a single hole punch to punch the coupons on the top left corner.
  6. Use a coupon that you have hole-punched as a guide for the other coupons.
  7. Stack the coupons on top of each other.
  8. Slide a brad or ring through the holes and you’re done!

The coupons in the book are as follows:


Tips and Tricks for Printing

  • Print on cardstock for added durability.
  • Simply download the files below, unzip, and print the files.
  • See the directions above on how to put the book together.

Download Instructions

  1. Click on the image below.
  2. Unzip folder (right click folder and unzip/extract).
  3. Print files or send somewhere to be printed!
  4. For added strength, print on cardstock.







  1. Great idea! We are way past our first Father's Day, and it doesn't get any easier to figure out what to give. 🙂 Thank you so much for sharing your post on Dare to Share, you are today's Dare to Share Feature of the Day.

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