Here is a group of Origami Necktie cards that Trenton and I made again this year. I used scraps of cardstock for all of the shirts, and brads, buttons and Origami paper from my stash to create the cards. I will be shipping them off to Operation Write Home for Father’s Day cards. Trenton always folds the neckties for me and I create the shirts. We’re a good team! These are really fun cards. If you’d like to make some yourself, there here is a tutorial link for you to follow. It is a great way to use up your extra scraps of paper! Thanks for visiting.
- Stamp – Printworks “Thank You”
- Border punch – EK Success “Abstract Flower Edger”
- Ribbon – Heidi Grace
- Pearl – KaiserCraft
- Origami paper – Imported by Aitoh
- Cardstock – Bazzill
I made this butterfly following a Origami Butterfly Tutorial I would highly recommend on Operation Write Home Stars and Stamps. As many of you may be aware, I’m a bit challenged by folding and often have to turn to my 13-year old son to help me out, as he is an Origami master! However, I’m very proud to report that I was able to fold this little guy all by myself! Added some faux stitching for good measure. Thanks for stopping by.