Last year I designed a Fathers Day Questionnaire that everyone loved – so I thought, why not update the wheel this year & create a new one with some more questions added!
Last year was perfect for the 2-3 year old, this year V’s a little older so I wanted to add some more questions for her to answer about her daddy. This year V is writing, so I will help her spell the answers for her to write. But, it is not necessary for your child to be able to write – last year V told me the answers & I filled in the Fathers Day Questionnaire with what she told me (which is what I’ll do for T this year).
I also simplified the design this year and added a new color palette; some dark slate gray tones, some goldenrod shades, and a little bit of dark khaki. Perfect Dad colors, I do believe!
I think it came out pretty clean & classic – perfect for every dad. Perfect to put in a memory book, or to hang on the wall in dad’s office in a nice frame.
Plus the answers – I’m sure they will be priceless and lots of giggles will ensue!!
Whatya think?! I hope you enjoy it too!
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