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.
Not sure what coupons to include? Don’t worry! I included a bunch of pre-made ones with coupons on there.
Want to add your own custom task? No problem either. I’ve got blank templates, too!
Father’s Day Coupon Book How-To
- White card stock
- Single hole punch
- 1 brad or ring
- Crayons (if desired: for kids to draw pictures on the coupons)
Directions for the Father’s Day Coupon Book:
- Print the book.
- Cut out the desired coupons. I butted the coupons against each other to save cutting time.
- Using the blank pages, you and the kids can create your own coupons.
- If desired, have kids draw pictures on their coupons to represent each one.
- Use a single hole punch to punch the coupons on the top left corner.
- Use a coupon that you have hole-punched as a guide for the other coupons.
- Stack the coupons on top of each other.
- Slide a brad or ring through the holes and you’re done!
Here is what the cover/back cover look like:
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.