Here's a Father's Day card I made from a 6 x 6 paper and the envelope punch board. A fellow demonstrator, Vinny Cespedes showed this shirt card using a 7 x 7 paper. I was inspired to make these with a stack of 6 x 6 paper I had.Start with a 6 x 6 piece of DSP.
Punch and score at 2-5/8"(measurement is on the punch board-REMEMBER you only measure ONCE, the other 3 times, you use the score guide).
Turn the paper 90 degrees counterclockwise, match the scoreline you just made with the score guide, and punch and score again.
Repeat on the remaining 2 sides. Turn the paper 90 degrees counterclockwise, match the scoreline you just made with the score guide, and punch and score again.
Fold in the 2 sides of the paper and adhere down.
You can either fold the bottom one to the back to hold a gift card, you can cut off the bottom, or you can tuck in the bottom flap to the front.
Cut in 3/4" from each side of the top. This will become the collar of the shirt.
Adhere the collar down.
Add a button to the top with a glue dot and then adhere to a card base.
ENJOY!! Hope you all have a great Father's Day!!
Stampin' Up! Independent Demonstrator #54149
Rubber Stamps and Accessories including Scrapbooking