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Monday, June 7, 2010

Another Cutting Cafe Shirt and Tie Cutting File/Template

Good Morning and Happy Monday Everyone! I hope you had a fabulous weekend! Here's the last of my Father's Day cards...I promise! It's for our good friend Eduardo (Gigi's husband). I used the Cutting Cafe's Shirt and Tie Cutting File/Template Shaped Cards but didn't use the tie. I hand stitched around the base, off center up the middle of the base and the collar, then added buttons to make it look like a sport shirt. Had I thought about it, I should have added some stitches for the buttonholes but didn't think of it till just now---
Here is the recipe---
Card Size: Approx. 4"x5"
Sentiment: Cutting Cafe-Huge Father's Day Circle
Nestibilities: Circle
Accessories: Buttons, Embroidery Floss, Foam Pop Dots
Patterned Paper: DCWV-At Home
In this case, I used the patterned paper as the base card. The collar is part of the shirt and is cut as one piece then adhered to the inside left panel of the base card and folded over the top front to form the collar. The paper used for the collar, pocket, and layers around the sentiments is plain card stock from my stash and have no idea who's it is.


Melodie said...

Wow, Kelly, this is a great idea, a wonderful card.

Olga said...

this is such an awesome card!!!!!

magicwanda said...

Hi Kelly
Wow What a cute shirt ...I wonder does it come in my
Great job, That is some AWESOME stitching !
Hugs Wanda :-D
Oh guess what my Fav niece is at Disney this week , I told her she could always stop by and say hi to ya....

Beth said...

WOW! What a fantastic Father's Day card Kelly! The stitching is so perfect, it really adds so much texture to the card. I really enjoy coming to your blog to see what you've come up with!

Patti said...

Your kids must so look forward to the mailman! Your cards just plain rock GF!

DonnaMundinger said...

Too cute, Kelly! Great way to make that formal look more sporty for the casual male. LOL xxD

Dora said...

O wow a very classy card, perfect for those male cards :) xxx

CelticWoman said...

what a fantastic male card, hugs

Regina Easter said...

another FANTASTIC shirt and tie it girl...hugs

Beth said...

Another great card Kelly! These are just perfect for the men! And don't ya just love using up some stash!

eunice said...

Great "masculine" card! The paper you've chosen plus the stitching and buttons on this make this so "real"!

Silli said...

SO sweet...great idea dear Kelly... wish you a happy day with smiles...;-)

Rachel said...

I LOVE this card Kelly!! absolutely perfect for Father's Day!!