Going Fishing Truck Card

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$2.99

Card with fishing gear in a vintage truck

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Description

Make this fishing card with the Going Fishing Truck Card SVG File for your Father or a person that loves fishing.  Actually, the card can be used for any occasion,as it front Dad panel can be easily change. File also include a blank insert to add your own truck contents, and an blank tailgate border.  Card can be folded to fit into an envelope to send, but stands up to display.  Finished card size is 6.8” x 5.3” when flattened. Envelope SVG is provided to make an appropriately sized envelope.

Card sections with panels requires (2) 12″ x 12″ cardstock sheets and (1) 12″ x 12″ paper or cardstock sheet for envelope. Smaller paper can be used for other elements.

Products Used:

  • American Crafts (AC) Textured cardstock 12 x 12 inch (Seafoam for card, coffee for fishing rod, caramel for rod handle and net handle, granite for tires & net, crimson for lights and bobber, white for “Dad” & bobber) http://amzn.to/2yST79W
  • Art Glitter Glue Bundle https://amzn.to/2TlGWxc
  • Darice Ultrafine Tip Applicator Bottle (for Art Glitter Glue) https://amzn.to/2RWztTw
  • Metallic paper (brand unknown)
  • Silhouette Pick Me Up Tool http://amzn.to/2zVPD9V

This is a digital file, not a physical product.  Upon checkout, you will be granted access to download the SVG file in ZIP format. PDF file included for file reference only. See video for assembly. File includes SVGs with solid scorelines for compatible die cutting machines (i.e. Cricut Explore series and Sizzix eClip2). 

1 review for Going Fishing Truck Card

  1. Kirstie Ruffolo

    I had to re-cut part of this because I didn’t notice I’d glued the back of the truck on upside down, LOL! It was worth it. It was for my father’s birthday, and he loved it. It took some time to assemble, but it was my first box card. I’m pretty sure I could do it in 1/3 of the time if I did it again. If you’re considering buying this file, just watch the video and do one step at a time, pause the video, and come back and do the next step, and so on, and it will turn out great.

    • Sandy Stark

      I have done things like that myself and I designed it! Thank you!

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