Free digital craft paper collection – Father's Day


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Celebrate the dad or father figure in your life with this heart-warming collection of Father's Day themed digital craft papers – complete with a cardmaking project to try! You'll have the best homemade Father's Day cards no time!

What better way to show the dad or father figure in your life how much you appreciate them than with a thoughtful homemade card? This collection of Father's Day digi papers feature beautiful sentiments teamed with pretty, floral patterned papers. Download and save, ready to print for your cardmaking and papercrafting projects!

Download 'Father's Day' digital craft papers

Homemade Father's Day card 

By Kelly Lloyd

Short of an idea on how your use your digi paper collection? Here's a quick and easy card project, 'Dad'...

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What do I need?

Find out how to make more wonderful cards using these papers in the May 2020 issue of Making Cards & Papercraft magazine. Or why not treat yourself to a subscription for endless cardmaking and papercrafting projects and inspiration!

How do I make it?

  1. Create a stepper card from white card measuring 12.6x16.4cm with a 3.5cm stepper.
  2. Cover both panels with patterned paper leaving a 0.6cm border around the edge.
  3. Print image three times and cut out using different layers for decoupage.
  4. Add to main panel of the card with foam pads.
  5. Die-cut the letters using Altenew Alphabet dies from white card and patterned paper then layer onto the bottom stepper panel with foam pads.
  6. Add a strip of patterned paper inside to match the front.

Looking for more card inspiration? Check out this useful list of card types! Or why not make your father figure a DIY gift box and fill it with his favourite treats?!