How to Make a Tattered Lace Fishing Card

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Create an extra special card for that special someone, with this super simple fishing card. Simply made using two dies, cardstock and a few craft essentials, this card will surely be the catch of the day this Father’s Day!

How to Make a Tattered Lace Fishing Card

You will need

How to make

1. Measure and cut a piece of 13 by 13 centimetre black cardstock and matt this onto the front of the white card blank. Using four different patterned backing papers cut out two squares and two rectangles in the following sizes: 5 by 5 centimetre, 6 by 6 centimetre, 7 by 6 centimetre and 7 by 5 centimetre. Position these evenly across the black square so there is a thin border between each and matt onto the back.

2. Matt a 7.5 by 7.5 centimetre square into the centre of the card, then matt a 7 by 7 centimetre piece of green card over the top. Finish with a 6.5 by 6.5 centimetre piece of caramel cardstock in the centre and top with a decorative boat themed topper.

3. Using a die cutting machine, cut a net and small fish using brown cardstock, a fishing rod using black cardstock and two fish with caramel cardstock from the Tattered Lace His Sporting Embellishments die set. Remove any loose bits of card with a pokey tool to reveal the intricate design.

4.    Using Tattered Lace detail glue with a fine tip, apply glue to the reverse of the die cuts and attach the net and rod across the topper, with the fish along the bottom.

5.    Die cut the sentiment ‘Just For You’ from the Tattered Lace All Occasions Sentiments using caramel cardstock. Attach these to a piece of light brown cardstock with detail glue, cut into a tag shape and attach to the bottom of the topper using foam pads.

6.    Finish the card by positioning three small brown buttons in one corner and gluing into position.

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