Quick Father’s Day Card

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Why does Father’s Day always sneak up on me each year?  With 3 kids, I have a bunch of excuses (end of the school year, end of the school year, end of the school year) but no good reason.  Luckily, I was able to whip up a couple of these adorable quick Father’s Day cards and there’s still time for you to make one, too!Quick Father's Day Card - Organized 31

I started with a piece of colored card stock paper and cut it in half.  Fold the piece in half to make a card.  Make diagonal cuts to form the shoulders.  My cuts were approximate, just use these measurements as guidelines.Quick Father's Day Card - Organized 31

 Fold one side down to make the first part of the collar.Quick Father's Day Card - Organized 31

Fold the second side down to complete the collar and use double-stick tape to hold the collar in place.Quick Father's Day Card - Organized 31

Add a coordinating tie (I just cut it out freehand) and I added a pocket that is about 1 1/4″ wide and 1 1/4 inch tall.Quick Father's Day Card - Organized 31

It’s a great card to make with the kiddos.  Quick Father's Day Card - Organized 31

You can personalize your own card with different colors and patterns (how about a sport’s fan tie?)Quick Father's Day Card - Organized 31


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  1. Hi Susan – Don’t tell Hubby, but I just realized that we are one card short for FD… hummm… looks like this project may be copied in our home. Hugs, Holly

  2. Adorable! I always struggle with paper folding, I think I have dodgey hands lol but youve made it pretty clear even for an origami dummy like me. Of course we dont do Fathers day until september here so I still have plenty of time to practice folding šŸ™‚

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