Today, I am sharing a tutorial on how to fold a paper shirt.
These are great for masculine cards but can also be added to your scrapbook page.
Below I have created 2 masculine birthday cards by adding the paper shirt to a card.
This paper folded shirt would also work as a great Father’s Day Card.
I used complimentary card stock to the card base and a sentiment.
The Sangria Background and Texture (B&T) paper was cut at a larger size than the Lagoon striped shirt to create different size shirts.
Here are the instructions I use to cut the Sangria shirt.
- Cut a piece of Background and Texture (B&T) paper to 5″ x 7″
- Fold in half length ways
- Fold each edge into the centre fold
- Using one end, fold the flaps down to create the sleeves
- Turn the paper over and fold 7/8″ over to create a collar
- Turn back over and fold in half and glue down under the collar
- Cut a 1/8″ of co-ordinating card stock to create the stripes for the sleeves and the button up
- Embellish with coloured dots to create the buttons
Here are some more paper shirts I have created.
If you want a smaller or larger paper shirt, adjust the B&T paper size and make sure that your paper is not a square.
The possibilities are endless with Close To My Heart B&T paper range.
Check out my video here or on YouTube as I show you step by step how to fold the paper shirt. (Be sure to hit Subscribe while you’re over there to see future videos)
Thanks so much for dropping by to check out my first tutorial on how to fold a paper shirt and I hope you enjoyed seeing it.
I’d love to hear if you will make one too, so feel free to leave me a comment.
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