Shirt Card

minnie_txApril 3, 2006

Red, here is that card I mentioned. (I finally found something I was looking for)

The shirt part was made on folded card stock and then cut and glued to a single card.

I think you see how the collar was cut and folded back. I see on the back I did this one in 2000.

Here is a link that might be useful:

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Red_Confetti

Great, Minnie! Thanks for locating the card and then taking the time to photograph it and post it here. Your tie looks a bit like a baseball bat - cute as can be for a fella who is a baseball fan! (Are those baseballs I see faintly over the shoulders??)

It's always a treat to find cards that are more masculine... seems like ever-so-many cards are too froofroo to send to men. And they have just as many birthdays, anniversaries, etc. and are just as loved as women.

    Bookmark   April 3, 2006 at 11:32PM
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minnie_tx

Yes. it's bats amd balls. I did it in class back then so it must have been a Stampin'Up set of my teachers. I think you could probably get a sticker with a tie or bat on it.

I thought the shirt was a lot easier to make this way but I think we did one of yours too.

    Bookmark   April 4, 2006 at 1:38AM
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