Nautical Father’s Day Card in Under Five Minutes


Hi friends! It’s Dani from @popfizzpaper here today with an easy nautical Father’s Day card for dad! This quick card came together in less than 5 minutes! Can you believe it?! Let’s get started.

Nautical Father's Day Card in Under 5 Minutes with @tombowusa @popfizzpaper @echoparkpaper #pfplovestombow

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Nautical Father's Day Card in Under 5 Minutes with @tombowusa @popfizzpaper @echoparkpaper #pfplovestombow

STEP 1

To begin, cut apart your journal cards. Then, cut down your favorite nautical paper pattern to a size that will fit the front of your card base (mine is 4″x5″).

Nautical Father's Day Card in Under 5 Minutes with @tombowusa @popfizzpaper @echoparkpaper #pfplovestombow

STEP 2

Now, start layering! Make sure to use the Tombow MONO Permanent Adhesive+ to glue down your layers. It works perfectly for securing them permanently! I trimmed down the orange paper for the front of the card. Next, I cut the striped journal card in half and adhered each half behind a red journal card to create a layered effect. I then topped that off with a smaller piece of anchor paper to create a frame background for my die cut. To finish building the card, bump up a die cut with the Tombow Foam Tape. If you don’t have a nautical die cut that will work, fussy cut out one of the journal card images!

Nautical Father's Day Card in Under 5 Minutes with @tombowusa @popfizzpaper @echoparkpaper #pfplovestombow

STEP 3

Time to finish up the card – told you this was a quick one! Adhere the layered panel on top of the card base front with the Tombow MONO Permanent again. Next, add some coordinating enamel dots or gemmies around the front of your card for added detail. Last, write your message inside the card with a Tombow MONO Drawing Pen. All done!

Nautical Father's Day Card in Under 5 Minutes with @tombowusa @popfizzpaper @echoparkpaper #pfplovestombow

This nautical card was super easy, right?! Thank you so much for following along with my tutorial today! Please tag @popfizzpaper if you give it a try. I would love to see! And thank you to Echo Park Paper for the fun supplies to work with! For more tutorials like this, make sure to check out my Crafty Club for more fun ideas and to register for Crafty Camp (my online summer camp for creative grownups)! I will see you next time!

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