Aug 292010

Today’s post showcases a gift card holder that I made at stamp club a while ago.  It’s simply a 4.25″ square card with an extra insert to hold a credit card style gift card, like to a restaurant or a store or an iTunes card.  It was super easy to make.

Here’s the front of it.  The front is shorter than the back so that the pink cardstock shows below the punched edge when the card holder is closed.

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Inside, I added a piece of pink cardstock that was punched with the same border punch as the front of the card. It doesn’t show in the photo, but the pink was attached with dimensional adhesive to accommodate the bulk of a gift card.  I chose to stamp a sentiment inside too.

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See – I told you it was super easy!  :)

Supplies: (All from Stampin’ Up)
Stamps: Wings of Friendship
Cardstock: Naturals White, Pretty in Pink
Ink: Pretty in Pink, Close to Cocoa, Certainly Celery
Other: eyelet border punch, Sweet Pea felt embellishment

3 Responses to “gift card greeting”

  1. Very pretty card! I love all the borders! That little felt flower is the perfect touch!

  2. Wonderful! I make a lot of gift cards holders for our craft fair! This would be perfect 😉
    Maria

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