Tuesday, April 22, 2008

How to Make a Origami Shirt Card: You Only Live Once Make It Count Card

I have attached pictures of how I did my How to, if you have any questions let me know. Its very simple and not as advanced as other Origami Shirts I seen out on the web... But works for me and being able to show others how to make this cute card!!

Here is the final product!

I really liked how it turned out,
I used the It's a Guy paper pack, Make it Count stamp set (random stamped),
Edge Distressed the CS pieces.
Turned out rather nice for a Father's Day or other masculine card.


  1. Tracy,
    I love it! You are so talented when it comes to Origami! I will have to try it since your directions seem pretty simple!

  2. Thank you Kami!!

    Let me know if you need any assistance it is pretty easy and feel free to show me what your project looks like.

    I will be doing this card at Barb's crop/gathering this weekend. I think they will like it! Now to work on the layout for them... :-)



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