Thursday, December 21, 2017

Need a Last Minute Gift Card holder?



1. Inside Gingerbread Card

2. Inside Let It Snow Card
The one we did in class used a punch to create the spot for the gift card.  
Mine is really bad!  lol  I stopped punching or there would be no cardstock to hold 
the gift card in.  Here is a tutorial here with a different spin on the holder section.


3. Reindeer with card inside
This is cut 3" x 11"  Tear ad Tape holds it shut on the sides.  
The top is cut with Lots of Labels Framelits.
Place strip through die and cut only one end.  Roll to cut 
and roll back out same end of Big Shot.
Pretty Pines for Antlers, and bow
Retired Bird Punch, body trimmed for larger ears
Retired Small oval punch for nose
Cookie Cutter Punch for eyes -White Gel pen

4 is this super easy, so very fun card from my Upline's blog.
This card would work for any occasion!

 If you didn't buy the snowflake dies like me.
I used an old perforater tool from SU.  (Three tools, folded up, black, 
came on a key chain for traveling.  From years ago.)
There are sewing perforation tools too.  
Used when tracing patterns, that could work for this too.
I laid the designer paper layer on the  Simply Scoring board 
and slowing ran the tool up the 1/2" and 1" grooves.


Happy stamping!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

One can never have enough gift card ideas. I am keeping this under wrap for the future!

Happy holidays!

Chris R. from Iowa

P.S. my card is in the mail to you. I had a great idea but it looks pretty rough. Oh well, it is the thought that counts!

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