Father’s Day cards to make: Fishing printables

We've got greetings galore for Fishing fans in these free printables papers – perfect for Father's Day, male birthdays and lots more

Papercraft projects

It’s often hard to find a card suitable for men, and with Father’s Day around the corner, the pressure’s on! Thankfully, these fishing-themed papers tick all the boxes when it comes to making cards for the men in our lives – and the ladies who are angling fans as well. Full of colourful fish, sail boats and all sorts of fishing accessories (after all, a day on the river isn’t complete without a flask of tea and a picnic hamper of goodies!), this collection is perfect for fisherfolk, lovers of the great outdoors or those who just like to take it easy! So, if  you want to make a splash with your cards, dive in! 


These gorgeous papers are designed by Naomi Skinner, and the cards make with them were designed by Ruth Southorn.

Download your Father’s Day card fishing printables

To download each the papers, click on the link below the images and it will open in a new window. You can then save/download the sheet.

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Father’s Day cards to make: Pop up fish card

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Matt and layer the inside of a 15x21cm  white card blank with navy blue paper or card. Cut a 10cm square of pink card, fold in half and attach along the centre.

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Cut out the big fish paper, fold in half, then cut a slit in the mouth. Measure 3cm either side of the cut and fold the two segments back on itself to form two triangles. 

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Unfold the big fish paper, and ‘pop’ the mouth out to the front. Secure to the card base from step 1 and decorate with extra fish, adhesive gems and a sentiment. 

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Use adhesive gems as underwater bubble effects