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Good Afternoon!

I have a card to share today that was made for a family member who enjoys fishing so I thought I’d make a comical scene with a big menacing shark who’s about to get hooked and of course I have the individual elements as freebies for you :) I cut all of my pieces out on my Silhouette so I have all of the relevant cut files for you and I also have the digi versions if you’d like to colour them instead.

I used textured card stock for my pieces and sponged them with coordinating distress inks to add some dimension.

shark fishing card 1

I punched a hole in my backing papers and attached my boat with 2 pennies and 3d foam tape just as you would for a penny slider card. There is no channel for the pennies to slide along, just a hole, so it rocks in place making my boat look as though it is bobbing on the waves.

shark fishing card 2

shark fishing card 3

This photo shows that I sandwiched some acetate between the layers of my boat cabin for my window.

shark fishing card 4

My hook was a homemade affair, I bent some florist wire and attached it to some thread to make the fishing line, the hook swings around as the boat rocks. My shark was cut in grey card then I coloured his teeth with a white gel pen.

shark fishing card 5

Here are your cut files – formats included are ai, dxf, gsd, pdf, studio & svg:

(click on the link below the images to download)

fisherman

Fisherman Digital Cutting File by Bird

Shark by Bird

Shark Digital Cutting File by Bird

Boat by Bird

Boat Digital Cutting File by Bird

Here are your digis:

(click on the images to expand before saving to your computer)

fisherman

boat

shark

shark fishing

fintastic

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