Free vintage racing car papers
Head for the open road with these beautiful vintage racing car free patterned papers, perfect for Father's Day cards, birthdays and more!
Feel the wind in your hair with these vintage racing car themed patterned paper collection! Designed by illustrator Jenny Ellory, these patterns are sure to create makes with a photo finish. The patterns include cogs, race day tickets and various racing cars for you to create your own papercraft race day circuit.
The collection comes with coordinating sentiment toppers and elements to fussy cut and add to your makes, too. We think these would be ideal for all of your Father’s Day makes – why not make a matching Father's day gift box or Father's day gift bag? Download your free racing car papers to get started!
Want some free patterned paper to boost your stash? Take a look at our ever-growing collection of free patterned papers, there are lots to choose from and there are lots of different themes – we love these free car printables or these free nautical printables!
Try this racing car card
You will need
- White card
- Sticky foam pads
- Double-sided tape
Cover a landscape base card half with ticket patterned paper and half with diamond paper. Attach a border strip to cover up where the two background papers meet.
Trim a frame from your papers and attach it to the centre of the card front using some sticky foam pads. Add a Father’s Day sentiment banner to the bottom of the frame.
Cut two flags and glue them onto some matchsticks, then arrange them on the card front as shown. Stick a car over the ends of the matchsticks using sticky foam pads.
Download your free racing car papers PDF:
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Download your free racing car papers today!
An experienced illustrator, Jenny Ellory has created designs for fashion, stationery, homeware and publishing companies. After studying surface pattern design at university, Jenny has learned to find inspiration everywhere around her, and especially loves to create nature designs. You can find out more about her designs and check out her blog on her website, www.jennyellory.co.uk