DIY: Father’s Day Shirt Card
Father’s Day is a special occasion to honor and appreciate the incredible fathers in our lives. Instead of purchasing a generic card from the store, why not add a personal touch by making a Father’s Day Shirt Card? This creative and sentimental DIY project allows you to express your love and gratitude while showcasing your crafting skills. In this blog post, we’ll guide you through the step-by-step process of creating a unique Father’s Day shirt card that your dad will cherish forever.
Materials you will need:
- Poster Board / Construction / Color Paper
- Polka Dot Stickers Roll (for buttons)
- Markers / Coloring materials
Watch our step-by-step tutorial to create your Father’s Day Shirt Card:
Step 1: Gather materials
Step 2: Cut a 8 1/2″ x 11″ piece of poster board, construction paper, or color paper in half
Step 3: Fold one of the pieces in half
Step 4: While the card is folded, make 2 cuts 1.5″ from the top of the card, leaving about a 2″ uncut portion in the center. Feel free to use a ruler.
Step 5: Unfold the card and cut the rest of the strip off the back of the card
Step 6: To make the collar: fold the 2 cut edges towards the center of the card. Then glue these piece down to make the collar.
Step 7: Use stickers to create buttons or you can make an origami tie (see below)
– Taking a 3.5″ x 3.5″ square, fold it in half diagonally
– Open it back up and bring the corners to the middle line
– Flip the tie over and fold the tip down twice
– Flip back the tie and bring the edges to the middle
– Flip over and you have your tie!
Step 8: Glue tie to Shirt
Step 9: Write a message on the inside of the card. Now you’re ready to give it to Dad for Father’s Day!
If you’re local to Los Angeles County, gather the kids and join us at URM 5K Run / Walk ! Here, your children will get to make this craft in-person with all our materials listed above, while also enjoying other DIY crafts, drawing on our chalk boards, playing our cornhole game, and getting free BAZIC Products gifts on June 17th!
We hope to see you there! 😄
Check out our last DIY craft here.