Image credit: Ezyy Hacks via YouTube
When I and my siblings are still young, my Mom would always help us make cute cards that we can give as a gift to our Dad and Grandad for Father’s Day, and we kept that tradition even until now that we’re all grown up. The only difference is that before our cards were filled with random drawings and colors, but now, we are taking these greeting cards to another level. One of my favorite designs ever is this one by Ezyy Hacks on YouTube because it’s so simple and easy to make but also so lovely and it matches well with the theme.
Grab the blue paper, then mark the top and bottom about 3 inches apart from each other, and fold both short sides over toward the center. Crease the fold nicely with a ruler, then fold each edge of the top half diagonally, draw the details, and cut it out. Dab some glue on the edge of the lower half, then glue the edges together, and repeat the same step to the bottom edges to close it. Adhere to the buttons along the center of the blue card and set it aside, then fold the white paper in half, and cut it out as shown in the video. Fold the collar nicely, then fold a 4-inch red or pink square into a tie, and then glue it on the white card. Write your message inside the white card and assemble the pieces together.
*Thanks to Ezyy Hacks via YouTube for all images used here. If you loved this DIY project, then you’ll surely love their other videos too, so give their channel a visit and subscribe!