How to Make Father's Day Tile Letter Cards
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How to Make Father's Day Tile Letter Cards

Difficulty Beginner
Budget < £10
Time < 1 hour

Father's Day is just around the corner and if you've left making your handmade card to the last minute, these quick and easy tile letter cards could be just the answer - all you need to do is cut and stick! The 'Best Daddy' word search card is perfect for Dad's who will be celebrating their very first Father's Day. We've used Ranger Glossy accents which creates a clear resin-like finish to make the greeting really stand out, however you could heat emboss with clear powder to create a shiny finish.



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How to make

Step 1

Start by rounding all of the corners on a 6 x 6″ kraft card blank.

Step 2

Trim a sheet of tree patterned paper from the Lost & Found paper pack down to 14 cm square. Round each of the corners with a 10mm craft punch and adhere centrally to the card blank with a glue stick. 

Step 3

Take the sage green patterned paper from the Lost & Found paper pack and trim to 13.5cm square. On the reverse of the paper, use a pencil and ruler to mark a 1cm border. Place the paper on top of a craft mat, then use a metal ruler and craft knife to remove the centre square to create the frame.

Step 4

Secure the frame centrally on top of the tree patterned paper using foam pads.

Step 5

Adhere Lost & Found wooden arrow toppers to the top left-hand and bottom right-hand corners.

Step 6

To create the greeting, use wooden alphabet tiles applied centrally inside the frame.

Fathers Day Tile Letter Card

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