DIY Father’s Day Tuxedoo Card
Need a Father’s day card idea? Why not make this simple Father’s Day Tuxedo Card.
Ours is a super fancy looking, as it’s made with black paper, but you can easily use any other color to make a less formal one.
Surprise the best dad in the world (or any other important figure in your childs or your student’s lives) with a fancy looking tuxedo card. It’s really quick and simple to make so it’s a great project to do in the classroom too.
As this one has that extra fancy look to it, you could use it for other occasions too, and not limited to kids crafting either.
It can make a funky birthday invitation, a birthday card or a card for any other occasion really.
Open up the black card and apply glue.Insert the white card base (fold has to be next to the fold of the black card) and press it down for the glue to set.
Stick on 2 to 3 buttons. For super small buttons, using regular glue might be sufficient although glue dots seem to be the best option (or glue gun).
Press the paper roll to flatten it and cut a bow shape.
Cut an even thinner (and shorter) strip of red paperer, apply glue over it (across all length) and wrap it around the middle part of your bow.
Pretty fancy right?
Add a bit of glue to the back of the bow and press and glue it down on the card.