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How to Make a Father’s Day Shirt Card (Template Included)

Learn how to create a Father’s Day shirt card in no time – use our printable template to create the perfect shirt and tie every time, or follow the instructions to create one without a template, it’s already easy .

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Simple things are always the best, and making this DIY shirt card couldn’t be easier. Suitable for all ages as long as kids (or kids at heart) can work with scissors – older preschoolers can do their own thing, kindergartners will be proud of their work, and kids won’t won’t be a problem for older people.

But why stop with the kids, it’s so much fun you’ll have fun doing it too!

You can use scrap paper to make fancy ties or use scrap paper to add decorations to your ties. The same goes for shirts – you can use monochromatic construction paper or choose a patterned paper (Hawaiian shirt, anyone?).

Ready? Let’s make this shirt card!

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How to make a shirt card for Father’s Day?

What do you need:

  • our template (optional but very useful as the card and tie template is included – you can get the template at the end of this tutorial)
  • shirt construction paper (or other patterned paper)
  • patterned tie paper (or scrap paper or have kids create their own with crayons)
  • the scissors
  • gum

Do-it-yourself step-by-step tutorial

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Print the model. The map-based part of the model is best printed on colored construction paper.

Alternatively, you can also print on white paper and have the kids color in the base of the shirt card (with colorful or funky designs).

Cut out the template – cut along the line.

Cut, cut, cut… The whole line guides you.

Don’t forget the slits for the collar.

It’s time to fold. Fold along the dotted line at the base of the shirt card. Fold it well so that the crease is really neat.

Cut out the tie template. If you want to color it, it is better to color it before cutting.

If using as a stencil, place the tie on patterned paper and draw the outline with a pencil or marker.

Cut out the tie pattern.

Add some glue to the top of the tie (on the back) and glue it to the base of the board (between the slots).

Fold the strips of paper over the top of the card and the bottom corners over the tie to create a necklace.

Adhesive is not required to secure the collar, but can be added.

Write your message inside the card.

Completed! You have learned how to make a shirt card for Father’s Day.

How to Make a Father's Day Shirt Card

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Get the Father’s Day shirt card template here

Get the pattern here: Shirt Card Pattern

Happy DIY!

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How to Make a Father’s Day Shirt Card (Template Included)

Learn how to create a Father’s Day shirt card in no time – use our printable template to create the perfect shirt and tie every time or just follow the instructions and create one without the template, it’s really easy anyway.
Browse all of our Father’s Day crafts and cards.

*this post contains affiliate links*
Simple things are always the best and this DIY shirt card couldn’t be easier to do. It’s suitable for all ages as long as kids (or kids at heart) can work with scissors – older preschoolers can make their own, kindergartners will be proud of their work, and kids older old people will have no problem.
But why stop with the kids, this one is so much fun you’ll have fun doing it too!
You can either use scrap paper to make fancy ties or use scrap paper to add decorations to your ties. And the same goes for shirts – you can use construction paper in a single color or choose a patterned one (Hawaiian shirt, anyone?).
Ready? Let’s make this shirt card!

How to Make a Father’s Day Shirt Card

What do you need:
our template (optional but super handy as the card and tie template is included – you can grab the template at the end of this tutorial)
shirt construction paper (or other patterned paper)
patterned tie paper (or scrap paper or have the kids create their own with crayons)
the scissors
glue
DIY tutorial step by step

Print the model. The part of the model with the map base is best printed on colored construction paper.
Alternatively, you can also print it out on white paper and have the kids color in the base of the shirt card (either with color or funky designs).

Cut out the template – cut along the full line.

Cut, cut, cut… The complete line guides you.

Don’t forget the slits for the collar.

It’s time to fold. Fold along the dotted line on the base of the shirt card. Fold well to make the crease really neat.

Cut out the tie template. If you want to color it, it is better to color it before cutting.

If you’re using it as a stencil, place the tie on patterned paper and trace the outline with a pencil or marker.

Cut out the tie pattern.

Add some glue to the top of the link (on the back) and stick it to the base of the card (between the slots).

Fold the strips of paper over the top of the card, bottom corners to the top of the tie to create a collar.
Glue is not required to attach the collar but can be added.

Write your message inside the card.

Finished! You have learned how to make a shirt card for Father’s Day.

Get the Father’s Day shirt card template here
Get the pattern here: Shirt Card Pattern
Happy DIY!
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How to Make a Father’s Day Shirt Card (Template Included)

Learn how to create a Father’s Day shirt card in no time – use our printable template to create the perfect shirt and tie every time or just follow the instructions and create one without the template, it’s really easy anyway.
Browse all of our Father’s Day crafts and cards.

*this post contains affiliate links*
Simple things are always the best and this DIY shirt card couldn’t be easier to do. It’s suitable for all ages as long as kids (or kids at heart) can work with scissors – older preschoolers can make their own, kindergartners will be proud of their work, and kids older old people will have no problem.
But why stop with the kids, this one is so much fun you’ll have fun doing it too!
You can either use scrap paper to make fancy ties or use scrap paper to add decorations to your ties. And the same goes for shirts – you can use construction paper in a single color or choose a patterned one (Hawaiian shirt, anyone?).
Ready? Let’s make this shirt card!

How to Make a Father’s Day Shirt Card

What do you need:
our template (optional but super handy as the card and tie template is included – you can grab the template at the end of this tutorial)
shirt construction paper (or other patterned paper)
patterned tie paper (or scrap paper or have the kids create their own with crayons)
the scissors
glue
DIY tutorial step by step

Print the model. The part of the model with the map base is best printed on colored construction paper.
Alternatively, you can also print it out on white paper and have the kids color in the base of the shirt card (either with color or funky designs).

Cut out the template – cut along the full line.

Cut, cut, cut… The complete line guides you.

Don’t forget the slits for the collar.

It’s time to fold. Fold along the dotted line on the base of the shirt card. Fold well to make the crease really neat.

Cut out the tie template. If you want to color it, it is better to color it before cutting.

If you’re using it as a stencil, place the tie on patterned paper and trace the outline with a pencil or marker.

Cut out the tie pattern.

Add some glue to the top of the link (on the back) and stick it to the base of the card (between the slots).

Fold the strips of paper over the top of the card, bottom corners to the top of the tie to create a collar.
Glue is not required to attach the collar but can be added.

Write your message inside the card.

Finished! You have learned how to make a shirt card for Father’s Day.

Get the Father’s Day shirt card template here
Get the pattern here: Shirt Card Pattern
Happy DIY!
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