Over the last couple days we have kicked off our DIY Father’s Day range of printables, patterns and projects by sharing our charming dish towel and BBQ apron designs featuring classic geometric prints, patterns, logos and slogans. Today we continue to share more of our range and up next is our printable beer glass labels, decals and these handsome coaster/gift tags in a variety of designs. You have the option to print the beer glass labels onto printable vinyl (or label paper for short term use) or to use the SVG file to cut the designs into adhesive vinyl. The printable mug coasters or gift tags are super versatile and come in 6 variations – Dad, Papa, Daddy, Grandpa, No 1 Dad and Happy Father’s Day. We printed ours onto card stock, punched a hole in one corner and tied it to our beer glass to make our Dad model feel extra special. It would also be fun to glue these onto square cork disks, mod podge the surface and create a set of coasters as a cute handmade gift for Papa. Come back here tomorrow for a fab cocktail recipe that the dads in our lives are going to love (we have a non-alcoholic version as well), then on Saturday we will be sharing the perfect poster for dads who like to grill! Seriously, Father’s Day never looked so good! Enjoy! ~ Lia
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Hi, I clicked through to here from another blog that said these were a free printable but when I click the links it’s asking me to become a member and pay a fee. Is there another link I’m missing?
Hi Melanie! We are a membership site and you must be a member to enjoy all of our projects. But! We do have a Freebies section so that people can try out some of the projects. As you may or may not know, Lia is most known for her paper flower designs, so we particularly want to point out our free crepe paper anemones, crepe paper succulents, and metallic paper garden roses.
However, please do feel free to have a look at our membership options here: https://liagriffith.com/membership/. You can join for a month and try it out…you can cancel at any time.
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I was hoping you could recommend a brand for the waterproof vinyl? I’ll be printing on my ink jet.
We have had good luck with the ones we get from Cricut.
Thank you so much for sharing. What kind of laser printer do you recommend?
I have a Xerox Phaser. It is big, like an office size one. If you don’t have room for one at home you could print at FedEx Kinkos or at an office supply store.
Thanks for fixing so quickly, thought I’d come back today to see what was what, awesome Lia and team. Enjoying so much what you’re sharing for Father’s Day. Dad’s kinda get swept to side it seems sometimes.
My kids (older 3) took my hubs name after we married, he’s their Dad as far they’re concerned, their biological Dad hasn’t been a part of their lives for many years and they’re fine with that, his loss they say. He married a gal shortly after our divorce that didn’t want the kids in “her” house, never wanted any connection with them. They have one son. I used to keep in touch with his sisters in IL to let them know how kids were after we divorced. He doesn’t know what he’s missing.
Hope your Dad is doing well since you lost your Mom.
Thank you for thinking of my Dad. He is doing well!
Both links are taking me to the coasters/gift tags. I can’t seem to get to the decals/labels. Thanks!
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Lia, thank you so much for sharing these – what a fantastic idea (and love the coasters sets). I tried to download those links above but both linked to the same coaster pdf file .
All fixed now:-)
Not finding the mug decals, just the coasters and gift tags no matter which one I click on? Am I clicking wrong or something? Will come back later, maybe a mistake?
It was an error on our end, all fixed now.
Oh my stars, you and your team are so blasted clever and talented, thanks so much for sharing these. Think I’ll be making garland with these cute printouts and maybe some coasters, and maybe who knows what else. It’s so great you/team made such wonderful projects for the Dad’s and Grampa’s. Thanks so much. Can hardly wait to start making things for my old buzzard lol. That’s a nick name I gave him long time ago when he was being “difficult”. Figured it had to be better than some other words could have used.