Origiami T-shirt and Tie

Introduction: Origiami T-shirt and Tie

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Hello, I'm Sridhar Janardhan back with another tutorial.Today I teach how to create an origami T-shirt and Tie to gift your husband or father a handmade greeting this would be suited.If you have been looking for the perfect one to create with your child or children then give this Origami shirt and tie a try. It is super easy to create and all you really need is two pieces of construction paper. Super Simple!! Keep reading for the full instructable.

Let's now gather components required

Step 1: Components Required :

The components required to make this instructables are:

  • Origami paper 2no
  • Scissor
  • Glue

Step 2: Making of Shirt

Fold the bill in half lengthwise, then unfold. Here I’ve shown the orientation of the paper to start with if you want it to end up looking like mine.Fold the top two corners to the center crease, as if you were making a paper plane. Then, fold down the triangle that you’ve created.At the other end of the paper just fold about 1 cm opposite to that of the other end, This makes the collar of the shirt.Then fold the entire piece of paper meeting under the collar of the shirt.

Step 3: Tie for the Shirt

First turn the paper to diamond shape towards your view.Fold the tip of two adjacent corners to the center of the paper.Turn over, Now it should look like a kite shape.Now fold the top of the folded edge of two corners and fold it back half way upwards.Turn over and you are done with the tie and using glue paste the tie to the center of the collar.

Step 4: Gift Your Hero

Write some thing inside the shirt and gift your hero with your impressive art work.All the best

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