Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Masculine cards - heavy on the starch!

There was a recent challenge on Splitcoast Stampers using origami folds to make little shirts and incorporate them into cards. These shirts are perfect for Father's Day, and I wanted to make them. Thankfully, Cambria Turnbow did a great little photo tutorial on her blog that I was able to follow along with. The folds stay the same, no matter what size paper you're using as long as you increase the paper size so that you are working with a rectangle. The following are cards that I'm going to take to work to sell this week because I've been getting requests for Father's Day cards. All these shirts were made using Stampin' Up double-sided designer paper. I made more than just these four, but the general look was the same so I don't want to be overly repetitive... Thanks for looking!









3 comments:

bethtrue said...

those are great - thank you for sharing. i'd like to make one for my dad - hopefully tonite! thanks for the inspiration!

Beth (mommy to a busy 3 3/4 yr old)

SpAzzGiRL said...

Love these little shirts, especially the floral patterns!
They are all great!

Susanna said...

Those are really cute!