Turn any card into a Gift Card Holder!  I prefer to use Tear and Tape to add a pocket to hold the Gift Card!  You can watch my quick video at the end of this post!Gift card holder: Includes video tutorial by Sharon Armstrong with TxStampin. Learn how to turn any handmade card into a gift card holder quickly and easily! #christmascards #cardmaking #greetingcards #sharonarmstrong #txstampin #stampinupcards

Using Merry Merlot & Copper Ribbon truly turned this card into a gift!  I loved this card from my One Sheet Wonder cards that I made and decided to turn it into a Gift Card Holder since the bow made it looked like a gift!Gift card holder: Includes video tutorial by Sharon Armstrong with TxStampin. Learn how to turn any handmade card into a gift card holder quickly and easily! #christmascards #cardmaking #greetingcards #sharonarmstrong #txstampin #stampinupcards

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Merry Christmas to All Bundle is a great set for the holidays!  There are so many stamps in the set to make each card unique.  Merry Christmas Thinlits Dies make a great companion to the stamp set too!

Gift card holder: Includes video tutorial by Sharon Armstrong with TxStampin. Learn how to turn any handmade card into a gift card holder quickly and easily! #christmascards #cardmaking #greetingcards #sharonarmstrong #txstampin #stampinupcards

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Here is the inside that I added a pocket to hold the Gift Card Holder.  Super easy to do this to any card.  Cherry Cobbler Cardstock was cut 5 1/2″ x 2″.Gift card holder: Includes video tutorial by Sharon Armstrong with TxStampin. Learn how to turn any handmade card into a gift card holder quickly and easily! #christmascards #cardmaking #greetingcards #sharonarmstrong #txstampin #stampinupcards

Tear and Tape is a very strong adhesive that allows the Gift Card to stay where you want it.  Use a 1 3/4″ punch to create a notch that allows the recipient to pull out the gift card easily.

Gift card holder: Includes video tutorial by Sharon Armstrong with TxStampin. Learn how to turn any handmade card into a gift card holder quickly and easily! #christmascards #cardmaking #greetingcards #sharonarmstrong #txstampin #stampinupcards

Let’s create the Gift Card Holder for any card!

Stampin’ Up! Supplies:

•       STAMPS – Merry Christmas to All Bundle (147912 Photopolymer)

•       PAPER – Very Vanilla Thick (144237), Very Vanilla (101650), Mossy Meadow (133676), Cherry Cobbler (119685), Festive Farmhouse Designer Series Paper (147820)

•       INK – Mossy Meadow (147111), Cherry Cobbler (147083)

•       OTHER – Merry Merlot & Copper 5/8” Reversible Ribbon (147818), Big Shot (143263), Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430) Snail (104332), Mini Glue Dots (103683)

Cutting & Scoring: 

•       Very Vanilla Thick – 8 ½” x 5 ½”, score and fold at 4 ¼”

•       Very Vanilla – scrap for tag

•       Cherry Cobbler – 3 ¼” x 5 ½”

•       DSP – 3” x 5 ½”

•       Ribbon – (1) 6” (1) 8” (for bow)

Assembling:

·      Stamp Merry Christmas with Cherry Cobbler Ink on bottom of Very Vanilla Card Base

·      Adhere the DSP to the Cherry Cobbler Layer with Snail

·      Wrap 6” ribbon around DSP/Cherry Cobbler Layer and secure with Snail on the back with Snail

·      Add DSP/Cherry Cardstock layer to card front with Stampin’ Dimensionals

·      Tie a bow with 8” Ribbon and add to card front with Mini Glue Dots

·      Stamp tag frame with Mossy Meadow ink on Very Vanilla scrap

·      Stamp To You with Cherry Cobbler ink in Mossy Meadow frame

·      Cut frame out with Framelits

·      Add to card front with Snail

To create the gift card holder:

·      Cut a piece of Cherry Cobbler Cardstock 5 ½” x 2”

·    Use a 1 ¾” circle punch to create the notch for ease in pulling out the gift card

·    Add Tear and Tape to both sides and the bottom, add to the inside of the card

Would you like to download these instructions?

Gift Card Holder for any card

Enjoy my video!

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Looking for other Christmas Card projects and designs? Click here. I love hearing from you…are you going to be making some of these this season for your holiday gift giving? What is YOUR favorite designer paper for this project?

 

 

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