July 9, 2007

Gift Card Tutorial

I recently received and email from Melissa asking if I had a tutorial for a Gift Card. I do have another one here on my blog. But here's another quick and easy one, which lets the recipient pull out their gift card when they pull up on the ribbon. If there's something you'd like to see on my blog - just send me an email.
Finished View

Be sure to grab your Scor-it and crop-a-dile! BTW - did you know that the makers of Scor-it are coming out with a mini Scor-it, perfect for card making and taking with you to crops and events. Check it out!



Supplies:
Card Stock 5"x 3 1/2"
Scor-It Board (or other scoring tool)
16" of ribbon
Sticky Strip
Stamps
Designer Series Paper
Crop-a-dile
Ink


Place your card stock on your Scor-It and score at 1/2"


















Now move your card stock and score at 2 3/4"



















Fold on your score marks and adhere sticky strip to the 1/2" side - then fold to close


















Embellish and layer as desired




















Grab your Crop-a-dile and punch a 3/4" hole in the top - through all layers




















Wrap your ribbon around your gift card and slide it into the opening from the top (ribbon ends should be at the top) Thread one ribbon end out through each hole


Tie your ribbon in a knot and push your gift card into your holder - and your all set!

9 comments :

Summerthyme Studio said...

Lisa, this is Beautiful!!! Just discovering your blog for the first time!! It's Wonderful!!!!!

Vicki

rozie640 said...

Wow, that gift card holder is beautiful. Great tutorial. Now I really must consider a Scor It for myself. I didn't think I really needed one but I am easily coerced! I think all the vendors that Lisa recommends need to put her on the payroll. Thanks for a great tutorial.

Rossanna said...

I agree...WOW!! You are really good to do this cards. It´s beatyfull, thanks. Dawnsstamping.. recommend you and I understand why. I maybe lift this.
I link your blogg in to mine, if it isn´t ok just write me.
Best Regards Rossanna (from Sweden)

Jane said...

I love this project--what a great idea!

BTW, you've been tagged! See my blog for details!

Anonymous said...

Thanks Lisa! This is beautuiful and easy to do.
Melissa

Corie said...

This is beautiful. You used my two favorite stamp set too.

Pat Huntoon said...

Wow, What a great tutorial! I can certainly uyse this. Thanks for sharing your talent, Lisa!

Angie said...

So beautiful, guess I need to go grab my wonderful wings stamp set out of my "for sale" stack. Thanks for the tutorial!!

Wife2TJ said...

Great tutorial, thanks for sharing!!!

 
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