Vintage Horse and Rider Card


Vintage Horse and Rider Card

For centuries, the horse has been regarded as one of man’s best friends. Make a card for a horse-loving friend’s birthday when you follow the Vintage Horse and Rider Card tutorial. Use the provided photo of a horse and rider, and add some vintage elements to give the completed card an aged feel. This card can also be used to wish a friend good luck with an upcoming exam, or just to send some everyday wishes. Regardless of the occasion, if your loved one has a penchant for beautiful horses, send one of these vintage cards right away!

Vintage Horse and Rider Card


  • Printout of the Provided Photo of the Horse and Rider
  • 11.6” x 5.1” Natural Colored Cardstock
  • 5.5 ” x 4.7” Red Shimmer Paper
  • Upikit Brown Vintage Peel-off Stickers
  • 1.4” Wide Caramel Colored Satin Ribbon
  • 3” Long Golden Medium Tassel
  • 1.2” High Resin Horse’s Head
  • Resin Rosette
  • Docrafts Clear 3D Gloss Pen
  • Pencil
  • Ruler
  • Scissors
  • Clear-drying Gel Glue (such as bostik clear gel)


1. Score the natural cardstock in half to create a card sized 5.7” x 5.1”.

2. With the fold at the top, center and glue the red shimmer paper to the front of the card.

Vintage Horse and Rider Card

3. Glue the satin ribbon in place at the top and bottom of the card and cut off any protruding edges.

4. Add a peel-off sticker to the top and bottom ribbons and cut off any protruding edges.

Vintage Horse and Rider Card

5. Glue the printout of the photo in place. To obtain the full-sized photo, click the image below or the link in the materials list.

Vintage Horse and Rider Card

6. Glue the tassel on the right, and glue the horse’s head in place over the tassel loop.

7. Glue the resin rosette on the bottom left of the card.

8. Highlight the resin horse’s mane and the rosette with the clear 3D gloss. Gently pop any air bubbles that might appear with a pin and allow to dry for four hours.

Vintage Horse and Rider Card


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