Father’s Day comes once a year on the third Sunday in June in America. In 2010, it falls on June 20. The holiday is also celebrated in other countries, of course. People in India, the United Kingdom, Chile, Canada, France and Japan celebrate it on the same day as Americans. New Zealanders and Australians, however, celebrate it on the first Sunday in September. Scandinavians, Finlanders, Norwegians and the Swedish celebrate it on the 2nd Sunday in November. There are also a small number of other countries that celebrate it on random dates.
This means crafters and other people worldwide are probably already searching the Internet for free Fathers Day invitations. With so many clip art and invitation images available on the web, it’s a simple task to find images that will be just right for your dad. Speaking of electronic images, vintage cards are more sought after than ever for Father’s Day, because many dads are of an age that they would appreciate them. People looking for Father’s Day cards also search for free Father’s Day printable cards to create their own cards, e-mail greetings or even Father’s Day brunch invites. Smart people bookmark those resources when they find them, so they don’t have to look for them again the following year. Finding good free vintage art isn’t that easy, so thinking ahead like that can save time in the future.
Some want to give their fathers more than a greeting card but don’t have the money, so they’re likely to look for Fathers Day certificates. A free gift certificate is great either with a card or instead of one and doesn’t cost a thing. If you want to, you can always buy a frame to house the certificate. If you want to keep it really low-cost, you can even get one at the dollar store. You father will never know it’s an inexpensive present! And isn’t this special day all about honoring your father anyway? Any good dad knows that how much you spend is not an indication of your love for him.