Shirt Cards for Father’s Day

Today's post are two cards I created for Father's Day. The first shirt card is a case of a card posted by Amy Celona and I basically used her directions. The second shirt card was inspired by a shirt card in the Stampin' Up! Idea Book & Catalog.

 Masculine Birthday Shirt Card Stampin' Up! June 2010

 

Father's Day Shirt Card using Peach Parfait Stampin' Up!

 

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Stamp Set(s): CARD 1: Tiny Wishes

Cardstock: Bashful Blue, Travel Journal Designer Series Paper, Whisper White

Ink: Night of Navy

Accessories & Cool Tools: None

Stamp Set(s): CARD 2: King of the Grill

Cardstock: Peach Parfait ( 119794 – 2010-2011 Idea Book & Catalog), Travel Journal Designer Series Paper, Whisper White

Ink: Early Expresso

Accessories & Cool Tools: Vintage Brads

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Posted on : Jun 17 2010
Posted under Birthday, Fancy Fold, Father's Day, Masculine, Uncategorized |

2 People have left comments on this post

May 21, 2011 - 06:05:08
orysia said:

Hi, 
I was wondering if you could please share how you made the peach card? Every time I try it I can't get the card to open up. 
Thanks, 
Orysia

May 23, 2011 - 01:05:37
Jean said:

Masculine Shirt Card

Cut sheet of cardstock 51/2” x 8 1/2” for the base. Score at 4 ¼”, then score at 1” across top of card. Now cut 3 pieces of DSP as follows: 1” x 4” for tie, 1” x 1 ½” for knot and 1” x 1” for pocket. Cut off the 1” top on inside section ONLY. On card front cut in ¾” – 7/8” on each side on score line, mark center of top at 2 1/8” with pencil and carefully fold top corners in to meet at center. Next cut tie shape glue to center cardfront, next fold knot piece to resemble a knot (see your sample) and glue (make sure tie and knot don’t show above collar). Cut or fold pocket piece and handkerchief piece attach. Attach collar down with dimensionals.

This is my tutorial for the shirt card. Enjoy!

Jean


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