Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Sweet Jacket - Tutorial


Sweet? That's right... there's a chocolate bar in that suit! With Father's Day coming up, I wanted to make something related to fathers. This actually looks like one of the sports jacket my husband wears.

I'm hosting this week's 3D Tuesday for Paper Craft Planet and the challenge (3d118) is to make a paper craft project that reminds you of a special father. If you'd to play along, please join me at the 3D Tuesday Group to share your project for this special occasion.

SUPPLIES
Paper: Black, White, Patterned Paper
Acc:  Button, Adhesive, Candy Bar

Measurements
Patterned Paper: Measure length of candy bar. For width, wrap all the way around the bar and add 1/4".
Black: Length and width of bar minus 1/8" of width.
White: "A": Length and width of bar minus 1/8" of width. "B": Same as "A" minus 1" to 2" of length. "C": Half the length of "B."



Trim bottom corner of "jacket."


Place both black and white "A" pieces in center of wrong side of jacket as shown; adhere to inside of "jacket."


Place candy bar over all three pieces.

Fold black piece over candy bar.

Fold "A" over candy bar. Trim where it meets top of black piece.


Adhere "jacket" fronts where it meets; add button.

Fold back both "lapels."


Shirt: Trim bottom corners of "B" with corner rounder punch.

Score and fold 3/8" of top edge of "C."

Turn "C" over; fold both top corners towards center at an angle until corners meet -- approximately 1/4" - 1/2" below top edge.

Trim along red curved line.


Apply adhesive under "collar" and adhere to center back of "B."




Cut tie from scraps; adhere under the "collar."

Add sentiment to "shirt" and insert into "jacket."

That's it!  Lots of steps, but pretty easy.



Thanks for visiting!

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17 comments:

eva said...

Thank you very much for this wonderful tutorial

scalder said...

Adela, that is the neatest card!! Great for grads too:)

Mel M. M. McCarthy said...

Sweet is right! This is awesome. You make the best things. :)

Riet said...

So gorgeous.

Hugs Riet.xx

Kim Score said...

awesome! thanks for sharing. This will be on my inspiration blog post tomorrow.

Samantha J Designs (Wife2TJ) said...

This is so neat!!! Love it! :-)

Kim Burmeister said...

Oh, My! This is the coolest! Love it!

C@ro said...

WOWSERS! I love the way your brain works girl! This is so cool!

Hugs,
Caro

Tiffane said...

A great card for males for many occasions. Thanks for the great idea.

Nancy said...

This is so great! Thanks for sharing the tutorial!

Rez said...

Hi again,
Wow! your so talented. I added your blinkie onto my blog. Your work is just AMAZING!
Hugs,
Rez
http://karezmakreations.blogspot.com/

dianalew said...

Fantastic, my niece is taking fashion design in college, perfect for her.
Thanks for the great ideas!
DianaLew

kim said...

LOVE these new ideas. I can see me using the little purse card holder alot! thanks, kim teitzel

Algery Gutierrez said...

i love your creations

Mandy Coffey said...

Found you via Pinterest- this is incredible! I love it. Thank you for making the tutorial easy to understand :)

Mandy
smallfineprint.com

Anonymous said...

Perfect for a "Shades of Gray" party, too!!

Colinda said...

I love it!! Have a nice day, Colinda