Jun 23, 2012

Tutorial | T-Shirt Card

I've received requests from my readers about the Father's Day card I made for the Men "dads"  in my life. So I thought, why not give a tutorial here in my blog.

I'm sure you've seen tutorials similar flooding in the internet but let me just show you how I did mine.

I used an A3 size decorative paper bought from Visayan Bookstore. It's one of the places I love scouting for Nice and cheap craft materials.

Turn the paper upside down, with the printed part facing the table.

Vertical Fold

Sleeve Fold

Open the Paper again and fold as follows.

This is prolly the only tricky part in folding but practice makes perfect. In no time you'll get the hang of it. Promise.

Collar Fold

Turn the paper upside down, Now we will fold the opposite end for the t-shirt's collar. 

Fold as follows.  

Remember, whatever you do on one side you do it to the opposite side too.

And then do the same with the opposite side.

Fold the bottom end and insert it to the collar. And TADA.... 

That's it! 

Now the rest is up to your imagination. Embellish. Embellish. Embellish. You can add a tie, or draw a pocket perhaps, or even a button will make a cute addition to this card.

Here's what I did last year's Father's day. You can read about it here.

Happy weekend everyone. Hope you enjoyed this one :)


If you enjoyed this one, check my other tutorials you might like it too :)



Jessica Cassidy said...

This is really cool shirt card Sis :-) so beautiful :-) Thank you for the tips too, very helpful :-)

chrisair said...

genius I bookmark this blog for future preferences

Bee said...

Cool tutorial. I love origami. :)

Mona said...

cute, i will try this one! Mahina ako sa art works eh!

Anonymous said...

Hello there. I love DIY projects like this. I saw this a lot of times during parties and always thought it's hard to make. Your step-by-step photos are very encouraging.

Sheryl Apuhin said...

wow! cute!!!!!!
ma try nga ito..napaplibutan ako ng mga lalaki sa work and i greet them..all of them on their bday..I think this would be a nice token for them..

korean drama addict said...

really nice, i'll try to recreate it. I'm not really very crafty. thanks for this share

Olga said...

Oh, wow! I remember doing this back in highschool when my friends and I used to write notes to each other. I've forgotten how to do it though. Now thanks to your tutorial, I can do it again.

January said...

wow very nice.. i should try this one..

jhenz balatico said...

I know how to make this since I was nine years old :) Never thought small things like this still exists :) Enjoy everyone in making and trying out this one :)

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filman santiago said...

Wow! I will be making one of these this weekend... great post and great tips!

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