Father’s Day card “Shirt and Suit”

I have a great Father’s Day card for you today! It’s simple enough that even children could do it!

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Here’s the tip for the shirt. If you fold the upper left corner to create the shirt collar, the pattern on the back of the designer paper is not the same. So here’s how I did it: I cut the lower right corner and glued it at the back of the collar. Then fold to make the collar and add 3 small buttons. (Glue dots work best!) Adhere on your card base.

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For the suit, cut a piece 3-5/8″ x 5-1/2″ of Island Indigo card stock. Fold the upper left corner to make the suit collar. Add another little triangle to finish the collar. Add a pocket and some seam lines made with a Island Indigo marker. What’s fun is that you can hide a little message in the pocket!

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Material:

Stamp set: Just Sayin’, Express Yourself

CS and paper: Island Indigo, Whisper White, Quatrefancy Specialty Designer series paper

Ink: Island Indigo Marker and ink

Accessories: Designer Buttons Subtle collection

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