Ties certainly are a fail-safe gift on Father's Day, so why not feature them in your card this year? Simple and sweet, this shirt and tie card is sure to make Dad smile.

Also, the shirt pattern can be worked off of pretty easily. Invites to a luau? Find paper that looks like a Hawaiian shirt. Geeky friend? Add a pocket protector and some leaky pens. Bond, James Bond? Make a blazer, cummerbund, and bow-tie...you get the idea.

Step 1: Materials

Turns out you don't need much to make this card:
  • 1 sheet legal-seized paper (8 1/2-by-14-inch)
  • some patterned paper for the tie
  • scissors
  • optional: glue
I didn't have any decorative paper that was big enough for the shirt, so I simply opted for some standard white paper from my printer, and some origami paper for the tie.
<p>It is really cool! I make it for my teacher and he loved it. </p>
<p>I made it but kind of hard. Awesome card to gift my dad.</p>
<p>I loveeee it! i just wish it was a litte more detailed</p>
<p>I absolutely love this idea for a card to dad! It surprised him so much that I bet he remembered that time when he opened it....? Thx so much!</p>
Great tutorial
Me and my 15 girl guides really enjoyed making these. Thanks!
This was a lot of fun thanks!
<p>Not so easy like I think. I have years without make &uml;papirofexia&uml; and I try so hard. Nice card, thank you for this instructions.</p>
<p>Made this as a Guayabera (Traditional Cuban shirt) as a Hispanic heritage project for my son. It came out awesome!! Thank you for the easy to follow instructions.</p>
Finally got it!! Yayyyy!!
This instructable has caused me alot of frustration!!! Arghhhhh
Steps 4-5 are very confusing!!! Very helpful instructable though!
made one, it is awesome, thanks.
Perfect for gift cards :D
This is a spectacular instructable! I'm sure my dad will love it.
I recommend a tripod :D
You're really stepping up the sibling rivalry Father's Day gift arms race.
This is so adorable!
wow this would be cool to have in my house

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