Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Origami Shirt Cards

Sticking with the Father's Day theme this week I thought I'd show you the cards I made last year for my Dad and Father-In-Law.  Aren't they super cute??  They are really easy to make; especially if you use the Simply Scored scoring tool (item#122334) for all your fold lines.  Plus the top of the shirt flips down to put a sentiment inside! 

It should be noted that this project is really designed to use Stampin' Up! Designer Series Papers - I attempted to make the Saskatchewan Roughrider card from cardstock but it just doesn't fold as crisply as the DSP does.

I used a template from fellow Stampin' Up! demonstrator, Marie Shaughnessy.  A link to her awesome, step by step tutorial can be found HERE.


Stamp sets: none
Cardstock: Garden Green, Whisper White, Build a Bear Pawsitively Prints (retired)
Accessories: Brights Designer buttons, Basic Black marker, snail, Tombow adhesive

Thanks so much for looking! Oh and....

(GO RIDERS!!!  CFL pre-season game tonight!!) :)


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Smiles, Laurie said...

My husband loves the Riders! This is fabulous!

Brenda Rigby Riehle said...

Stopped over from Stampin' Connection to check out your blog, and it looks great! I love your origami shirt cards! I'm your newest follower, and I hope you'll stop to visit and follow me too.

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