I'm always running a day late and a dollar short and when it's crunch time for Christmas gift shopping, I turn to gift cards. They fit all sizes and tastes, especially when you're gifting them to teenagers.
Today's project is quick and easy to whip up for last minute Gift Card Holders. Here's a snapshot of the products I used today:
I started by cutting three gift gift card holders from 65 LB Limeade Pop Tones Cardstock. The gift card holder die is the perfect size for getting three holders out of one sheet of 8 1/2 x 11" cardstock.
I assembled the gift card holders using Score-Tape Premium Double Sided Adhesive. Next I cut three stitched rectangles out of 80LB Neenah Classic Crest Solar White cardstock and did some layered stamping.
I cut several snowflakes out of 65LB Sno Cone Pop Tones cardstock. I adhered the stamped rectangles to the front of the assembled gift card holders and glued the snowflakes on using Tombow MonoMulti-Purpose Liquid Glue.
I did a little more stamping on the back side flap and body of the gift card holder.
Here they are filled and ready to give!
For a final touch I added some pretty blue gems to the centers of the snowflakes.
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