Tux Card for Him
October 09, 2012
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Last month I taught a fun class with 4 cards for "Her" and 4 cards for "Him".
(you can see other cards from this class HERE and HERE)
We stamped a Tux Card for "Him" as part of this class.. too fun!
many thanks to Connie Babbert for this adorable idea!
The easiest way to make the "pleats" on the shirt is to put your 4"x4" piece of Whisper White cardstock onto the Simply Scored Board and score at every 1/4" between 1-1/4" and 2-3/4" as shown below:
I cut the Shirt Collar pieces out of Whisper White cardstock by just cutting triangle shapes:
and the Bow Tie was punched out from the Pennant Builder Punch:
The Bow Tie and Cumberbun use the printed DSP from the Razzleberry Splash Simply Scrappin' Kit.
The 3 buttons are actually brads from the Vintage Trinkets pack.
By the way... did you know that Cumberbun can either be CUMBERBUN or CUMBERBUND? I didn't either until I was typing up the tutorial for this class.
STAMPIN UP PRODUCTS USED IN THIS PROJECT:
Petite Pennat Builder Punch, pg 185, #122361
Simply Scored Tool, pg 181, #122334
Made for You set, pg 44, #126340
1/2" circle punch #119869
Curly Label punch #119851
Midnight Muse cardstock #126843
Whisper White cardstock #100730
Razzleberry Splash SS kit #126930
Paper piercing tool #126189
Vintange Trinkets #118764
Stampin' Dimensionals #104430
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I likie a lotie!!! Going to do this for sure, thank you for great directions Patty and shiring with us.
Posted by: Sandi Dailey | October 09, 2012 at 08:42 AM
Not sure how I missed this - fabulous - can give this to my husband for our anniversary...thanks, Patty!
Posted by: Carol Carriveau | October 16, 2012 at 09:33 AM
Oh, so glad you liked my Convention Control Freak swap enough to use it in class! Thanks, Patty!
Posted by: Connie Babbert | October 16, 2012 at 10:40 AM
Votre carte est magnifique.
Voilà une très jolie carte pour ces messieurs.
Je l'ai mise dans ma galerie Pinterest.
Merci pour le partage du tutoriel.
Posted by: chantal | October 16, 2012 at 10:45 AM