Hello and thank you for stopping by. I have worked really hard over the last month with the Christmas Crush and the Card holder series. I am actually sad to get back to normal broadcasting next week. In doing all this work I have met some wonderful people, gotten Christmas cards from all over the globe and have had a lot of fun chatting and reaching out to you personally. I feel very grateful to be apart of the paper crafting community and feel very lucky to be working with Stampin’ Up! for this wonderful opportunity. Yay, Stampin`Up!
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So the gift card holders I have made for today are more like cards. I made 3 today because I am an over achiever and because they were all kind of the same but different. Enough chatter, here is the video, pictures are below with details and a supply list below.
2 pcs of card stock (card 11 by 4 1/4 and insert 6 by 1 3/4)
Card scoring on the long side at 2 and 7 3/8
Insert scoring on the long side at 1 3/4 and 6
- 1 piece 3 by 4
- 1 piece 1 3/4 by 4
- 1 piece 3 1/2 by 2 1/4
Make a regular card base…then insert 2 5 by 5 squares into the inside of the card.
2 pieces of dsp sized 5 by 5 and scored exactly the same way at 1 1/2, 2 1/4, 3 3/4 and 4 1/2 (notice the way you want your pattern to go and score that way)
Make a regular card base. Decorate it the way you wish. the pocket on the front is made with a 4 by 3 1/4 inch piece of card stock scored on the two long sides and one short side at 1/2 inch. Miter the corners and if you want a circle punched into it make sure to trim the inside flaps down.