Animal print papers

Use our free animal print papers to have your own safari adventures with your card making and papercraft projects

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Published: April 11, 2021 at 6:29 am
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Animal prints are timeless in fashion, but how about animal print papers in craft? We think they are just as timeless, and, as with the fashion print, our animal print papers go with anything! Use them in all your craft projects to bring a touch of safari adventure to your makes.

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Free animal print papers to download

We have animal print papers for zebra, animal print papers for leopard and animal print papers for giraffe – as well as some colourful mud-hut-inspired patterns which make great borders for designs showcasing your animal print papers. The a walk on the wild side with your papercraft by using our animal print papers!

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Click the link to download the free animal print papers!

As well as the three animal print papers shown above, the download also has two mud-hut-inspired patterned papers which partner beautifully with the animal print papers.

More like the animal print papers

We have plenty more free papers like the animal print papers for you to enjoy right here on Gathered! Take a look at our free safari printables - you can download a menagerie of safari animals to use with your free animal print papers in this article! Or how about these fun gardening cards downloads to craft beautiful shed-themed paper makes, or our craft bee sunflower printables, or our vintage baking papers.

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Authors

Hannah BellisKnitting Editor, Gathered

Hannah has worked on Gathered for 2 years, since our launch in 2019. At school Hannah learned to knit collaborating on dorcas blankets – now she edits our knitting section. She inherited her love of stitching and embroidery from her talented grandmother, and her passion for thread led her to be Editor of The World of Cross Stitching for six years. Card making is a more recent passion, developing from her position as editor of Cross Stitch Card Shop. She loves using kinetic techniques to make cards that move – she was editor of Papercraft inspirations magazine for over four years, creating loads of card making video tutorials at www.youtube.com/PapercraftTV.

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