Techniques on Tuesday: Shirt Fold

Something a little different for you today. With Father’s Day coming up I wanted to share this card created for my Family Fun class. Also I have a guest presenter for the video below. My husband Glen is joining us today. This card sample does use retired Designer Series Paper and stamp but I have included another version using the World of Good Specialty Designer Series Paper.

Supplies that you will need: designer series paper (DSP) cut at 4 inches x 6 inches and some bling to use for buttons.

Step by Step Instructions

  • Once you have chosen and cut your Designer Series paper (DSP) to size. Place it down on you table with the pattern that you want for your shirt facing down.
1. Fold your DSP in half & then open back up. Then fold each side into the middle
2. Flip it over and fold the top down about 1 cm (this is the start of the collar).
3. Flip it back over. Fold the top Right corner & top Left corner in with a space at the top. The corner points should meet at the centre line.
4. To make the sleeves fold both of the bottom flaps out from the point of the fold line, about 5 cm down.
5. Take the bottom of the shirt & tuck it up under the tips of the collar. You can press down to complete the fold.
6. You do not need to add any adhesive.
Finish off by adding pearls or jewels for buttons.

Variations for this technique

Demonstration of Shirt Fold

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