Tuesday, June 12, 2012

#1 Dad

We are celebrating Father's Day this week over at Celebrate The Occasion!

I saw a card on Pinterest that used an origami type paper folding to make a shirt and I knew I had to try it out for my Father's Day card. There is a super tutorial on how to make this shirt at Stamp A Little Love.


Hope to see your Father's Day card linked up with us over at CTO!

Supplies used: cardstock - kraft; patterned papers - Father and Manly Man in Family Man by Echo Park; tie sticker - Sticker Accents in Family Man by Echo Park; ribbon - DCWV and Piggy Tales; sentiment sticker - DCWV.

14 comments:

Adrian said...

Great origami! Thanks for joining us this week!

jessica said...

I LOVE this card!!! Awesome job on that tee!!!
TFS

Mom said...

Great card ! I especially like the origami that you used for the shirt. The colors are good too.

Creative M said...

Awesome Card!!TFS

Dilsaver Designs said...

Love the shirt with the ties along the bottom, great Father's Day card :)

Cindy said...

SUPER job with your AWESOME Father's Day card Esther!!!!:)

CathyK said...

Awesome card! Love the 3D effect!

Kim H said...

Esther ~ What a GREAT Father's Day card! LOVE the origami shirt! The papers are so Dad like and is just PERFECT!!!! I LOVE it! LOVE the ties at the bottom of the card too ~ tie (no pun intended) everything together!!!

CraftyJAR said...

Nice card! I should try this too. Love the masculine colors.
Judy.

Georgiana said...

How cool is that...origami! I am not sure I could fold all that paper and create something that was recognizable. Your shirt looks great. I like that row of ties along the bottom. Is that a piece of the Echo Park paper?

Stay Creative,
Georgiana
Carson's Creations

Norma said...

Super cute Esther and I will have to give it a try:) Wonderful Father's day card! TFS
Hugs,
Norma

Sherrie K. said...

Wow, how super cool is this!! I love Father's Day card!
Sherrie K
http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

Donna said...

I love your card, Esther! I've been seeing so many of the origami folds lately, or again I should say. This is so adorable. It would work for a birthday card too!

Blessings,
Donna

JustYolie said...

That's one cool shirt...love the tie border too!