Monday, December 16, 2013

Gift Card Holder with Tutorial

Where does the time go?  I can't believe that Christmas is almost here, but at least I am almost done my shopping.  I actually hate the crowded malls so I try to start early, but with the kids getting older I am running out of places to hide things.  One of the last things I get are gift cards for the kids teachers, etc.  but while I know they are appreciated they just are not as fun for me to give.  That is why I like to make these gift card holders to put them in.  This way I can add that personal touch that I feel is sometimes missing from a gift card.  I stamped a sentiment on the inside but still left room to write a personalized message for the recipient.

Front


Inside


Closeup of the Front


I also made a video showing how to make it.


Supplies used:  Spellbinders lacey circles, Spellbinder Floral Doily Accents, Create a Flake 1, Unity Stamps, Ribbon, Distress Ink, CTMH White Daisy, DCWV Patterned Paper

10 comments:

  1. wow-----That's a great card. I love to give gift cards, but it is not really fun to give them just like that---you changed that! Thanks!

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  2. Such a sweet little gift card holder! You are very thoughtful in your giving. Thank you for Tuit and sharing.

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  3. Great gift card holder. Hope you have a very Merry Christmas.

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  4. Great gift card holder, Carrie. This is really pretty. Merry Christmas!

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  5. This is stunning! I love it.

    Merry Christmas to you :)

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  6. Great gift card holder and LOVED seeing your video! Love the holder for your tools on your score-board. LOL, I set down my tools and they seem to disappear! Merry Christmas, Corrie!

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  7. Love this project Corrie. Thank you so much for sharing your little tutorial. Merry Christmas.

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  8. Beautiful snowflake! Merry Christmas Corrie. Cheers for 2014.

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  9. Lovely gift card holder, Corrie.

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