“Ditch the tie. Wear a T-Shirt.” is the motto for today’s Project365 item. I call it the Pac-Shirt Postcard. I actually came up with this idea during my recent trip to Los Angeles. Surrounded by tourist-y postcards, I realized that there was indeed a lack of T-Shirt themed postcards. Here’s my first attempt to remedy that situation.
I had a couple of ideas for the front of the postcard, but ultimately ended up going with a Pac-Man theme. In lieu of Pac-Man, we’ve got a makeshift T-Shirt Pac-Shirt and instead of ghosts, we have neck ties and bow ties – the ultimate T-Shirt adversary. Enjoy!
Note: the Pac-Shirt Postcard is sized according to standard shape and size guidelines according to the United States Postal Service. The card is 6” long X 4 1/4” high.
Day 13: Pac-Shirt Postcard
- Thick Card Stock Paper (paper should be around 0.007-0.016 inches thick or 80-120 pounds should to do the trick)
- Color Inkjet Printer
- Insert paper into printer and print the front postcard file (file labeled Postcard-Front.jpg).
- Once the front of the postcard has finished printing, flip it over and insert into your printer once more and print the back of the postcard (file labeled Postcard-Back.jpg).
- Cut postcard out of the paper.
- Write a message and send to someone who needs to wear a little less ties and a bit more T-Shirts!
This Pac-Shirt Postcard was inspired by Pac-Man.
Download the Pac-Shirt Postcard - (313.67 kB)
This is the front of the Pac-Shirt Postcard (click for a closer view).
This is the back of the Pac-Shirt Postcard (click for a closer view).