Custom Cartoon Portrait Father’s Day Card for Dad


Reserved only for the very best Dads, this Father’s Day card might even bring a little tear to his eye!

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It’s true that you can’t take back all the hassle you gave your Dad as a kid, but you can make up for it now by showing him how much you appreciate him! This cartoon portrait Father’s Day card will make it clear to your Dad that he really is one of a kind and the very best of the best.

Drawn from photos you provide, this card will be completely unique (just like your Dad) and is (almost) guaranteed to crack a wide smile when he opens it. You can also choose the text to go on the front of the card.

You can see examples of my cartoon portraits in the photos to get an idea of my style, but yours will be completely original.

The card will be A5 size (larger than a standard card) and will be printed on quality 350gsm card stock. It comes with a kraft envelope as shown in the example photos and is blank inside for your own personal message.

How my custom portraits work

When you place your order you can include any details you’d like in the Special Instructions area, e.g. clothing preference, with or without glasses, etc.

I’ll then get in touch by email to ask you to send me photos to draw from – you can just reply to my message with the photos attached.

Once I have a proof of the custom portrait ready for you, I’ll email this to you to check (this will take between 1-3 days). If you want any changes made I’ll make those and send you a further proof and when you are happy with the design it will be printed and posted off to you.

The process can take anywhere from 2 to 6 business days. The time is partly dependent on how many other custom orders I am working on, but is mostly dictated by how quickly you get back to me with photos, any changes and the final go ahead. The majority of my custom orders are shipped within 3 working days though.

[Background photo credit: Annie Spratt on Unsplash]