Posted in Uncategorized

“Dad” Shirt Cards for Father’s Day

If you are like me, you find it hard to create masculine cards. But, the new Everyday Shirt Die from Divinity Designs makes creating masculine cards so easy! I’m loving this new shirt die with the Cool and Casual paper pad.

When I saw the cool patterns, they reminded me so much of my brothers. Both of them are very fond of the beach and tropical attire, so making them tropical shirts for Father’s Day seemed like the perfect fit.

This is my brother Mark. As you can see, tropical shirts are his “thing.”

And this is my brother Marty. He loves his Hawaiin print shirt!

I love that they both gravitate towards bright, playful patterns. They inspired the shirt cards I created for Divinity Designs new release.


To create these cards, I first die cut the card base from the Couture Collection Die. Next, I used the new Everyday Shirt dies to cut out the shirt front and glued it to the card base. (Do not put glue on the sleeve portion, as these do not adhere to the card base.) These cute cards fit into a standard A-2 envelope – simply fold the sleeves on the score line. I had fun picking out patterns from the new paper pack. There were so many cool options to choose from!

The blue and green tropical shirt is perfect for my brother Mark, and the pineapple pattern is exactly what Marty would choose.

I love this new shirt die for making masculine cards. What dad wouldn’t want to receive one of these for Father’s Day?

Happy (early) Father’s Day to my brothers!

PS Mark just became a grandfather to his first granddaughter yesterday💗

5 thoughts on ““Dad” Shirt Cards for Father’s Day

  1. I love that you have pictures of your brothers in their tropical print shirts! And those papers make perfect shirts for them! (I think my husband would wear the ones you made! LOL!) Congrats to Mark and the whole family!


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s