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Let's Go Fishing Fun Fold Thank You Card

Andy's graduate was last month so he received a lot of graduation cards in the mail! We are busy sending out handmade thank you cards to everyone who sent him anything in the mail. When you're making a lot of cards, it can be easy to follow the same layout which is what we did!

Let's Go Fishing Fun Fold Thank You Card

Let's Go Fishing Fun Fold Thank You Card

For the card, the main design, we used Night of Navy for the card base and cut/scored it using the measurements below. To "replace" the front flap of the card, we used the Let's Go Fishing Designer Series Paper. We also adhered a piece of DSP to the card base. Then we adhered the Basic White Cardstock to the inside. The sentiment from the Charming Sentiment Stamp Set and the Happy Labels Stamp Set were stamped in Night of Navy ink on Basic White Cardstock. For the sentiment on the front, we then punched it out with the Double Oval Punch in addition to a scrap piece of Night of Navy Cardstock. Finally, we glued the sentiment to the front of the card!

Make sure to watch the video below for full directions!

Card Measurements:

Night of Navy Cardstock

  • 5-1/2"x 8-1/2"; score on long side at 4-1/4". Then cut at 5-1/2"

  • Scrap for punch

Basic White Cardstock

  • 4"x 5-1/4"

  • Scraps for punch

Let's Go Fishing Designer Series Paper

  • 4"x 5-1/4"

  • 1" x 5-1/4"

Download the printable measurements:

Let’s Go Fishing Fun Fold Thank You Card _ Stamping BAE
Download PDF • 1.01MB


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Pat Stewart
Pat Stewart
18 jul 2023

This is a gret it! BTW...when is your next SWAP? Curious

I luv your SWAPS! Sending a hug to you also. Thanks for this demonstration...well done Nancy!

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