Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Shirt shape card

Hello friends. I hope you are having a great week. This is a shirt shape card I welded with the Gypsy. I used Everyday Paper Dolls cartridge for shirt and tie.

These shape cards are great to make. I cut the (2) shape cards out on 8 1/2 by 11 inch white card stock. I outlined the shirt card with puffy paint and gel pen.

The pattern paper and Worlds Greatest Dad stamp is from $1.00 Tree Store.

This card is for these Challenges
Cooking With Cricut Challenge to make a project for Father's Day.
Getting Cricky with K Andrew challenge anything goes

Have a great week all and thanks for looking:)


  1. What a great idea- and so cute! I love the buttons on the shirts- a nice touch!
    Thanks for playing along with Getty Cricky!

    JulieK- Getting Cricky DTM

  2. So cute:) Love the buttons and stitching!! TFS and thanks for playing with us this week at Cooking With Cricut.

  3. Love this. Thanks for playing along with us at Cooking with Cricut.

  4. Hi! Just stopping by from Blog Hop Thursday. Would love a like back! or

  5. Amazing projects ! love them all
    Thanks for playing this week with us.
    ~Maria Elena~ CWC DT

  6. These are so adorable!! I love all the little details you added... And that second shirt looks just like a shirt my dad wore on vacation once... LOL... Really made me smile!! :)

    Thanks so much for sharing your talent at Getting Cricky with K Andrew this week!! :)

    Amy :) at
    Getting Cricky DTM

  7. I love these, I just might have to try and make one for my dad! Love them both. Thanks for the idea. Good Luck!
    Thank you for playing our Simply Sunday Challenge at Getting Cricky.
    Hugs :),
    Kathy - Getting Cricky DTM

  8. LOVE LOVE LOVE it! Great fathers day card. The paper you used is perfect
    Getting Cricky DTM

  9. This is absolutely adorable--great idea!
    Thank you SO much for playing along in my Simply Sunday Challenge.

    Big Cricky Hugs,
    K Andrew of Getting Cricky

  10. Cute cards, Judy! Love the addition of the buttons -- nice touch. Thanks for linking up your project at Cooking With Cricut this week.

    ~ Jen, CWC Design Team


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