This is just one example of a vintage image that can be used for Father's Day

It's an old tradition for Americans to celebrate Father's Day on the third Sunday in June. This year, June 21 is the date. The holiday is also celebrated in other countries. Great Britain, Canada, Chile, France, Japan, Malta and India celebrate it on the same day as the United States. People who live down under in Australia and New Zealand, however, honor their dads on the first Sunday in September. People who live in some of the Scandinavian countries honor their dads by celebrating on the second Sunday in November. There are also a small number of other countries that celebrate it on random dates through out the year.

People seem to come from everywhere looking for free images they can use for vintage Father's Day cards. With so many card images available online, it's no problem to find a card image that will suit your dad to a T. Vintage cards are particularly popular for Father's Day, because so many dads and grandfathers are of a "vintage" that they would appreciate them. People looking for Father's Day cards also search for vintage Father's Day images to make their own cards or for other uses, such as to create Father's Day brunch invitations. Smart people bookmark those resources when they find them, so they don't have to look for them again the following year. Good free vintage art isn't that easy to find, so it pays to think ahead.

There are some who want to give their fathers more than a card but finances are an issue, so they're likely to look for printable certificates. A free certificate can be used instead of or in addition to a handmade card and makes a beautiful no-cost Father's Day gift. You could also buy a frame to present the certificate. You can keep the cost down by buying an inexpensive one at a dollar store. If you get a nice-looking frame, your dad will never know you didn't spend a lot! And isn't this special day all about honoring your father anyway? Your dad will know it's your love that's important, not the cost of the present.