May 10, 2008

Grad Money Holder Tutorial

It's that time of year...Graduation....My oldest will be graduating from 8th grade, and we also have numerous other family graduating this summer - so I was in need of something that I could mass produce. These money holders are easy to create and personalize.

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I used the above template I created to make this simple money holder. The "Class of 2008" was easy to create, using my Just Rite Stamp DIY Monogram Stampers - these are great for personalizing your projects as well.




Here's a view of the inside - On the top of the insert (6-1/8" x 2-7/8") - I've attached a 1-1/4" circle folded in half - I stamped my sentiment from Great Grads in black, punched it out with my word window punch, added a piece of red grosgrain, and stapled these items as shown. Be careful not to staple too far down - as this is what will hold your money at the top. At the bottom, I used my Slit Punch to create an opening that will keep my money in place when inserting it into the holder.




Details:
Stamps - Great Grads, Just Rite Stampers
Card Stock - Red, White, Ballet Blue
Ink - Black
Other - Slit punch, Scallop Punch, 1-1/4" Circle Punch, Word Window Punch, 1-3/8" Circle Punch, Red Grosgrain, Western Sky DSP








Here's the Just Rite items I used



Medium & Large Numbers Set for Round Monogram Stamper


Small Letter Set for Round Monogram Stamper



Round Monogram Stamper (Do-It-Yourself Monogram Kit) with Storage Box

7 comments :

Sharon (notimetostamp) said...

Great gift idea, Lisa!!! Gotta love that Monogrammer -- so glad Flourishes is carrying them!!! TFS this great project!!!

Pat Huntoon said...

Wow, Great project, Lisa!

Diane said...

Really awesome!

Kristin said...

I found you through tip junkie, and love this gift idea! I will definitely be using it for some upcoming presents!

Debbie Olson said...

VERY cool gift card holder, Lisa! I was posting a gift holder tonight and ran across yours--love it!

Rosie said...

I like this - clever stuff! Thanks for sharing... and that slit punch is a fab little gadget!

Kim said...

Thanks for the great idea! I am going to have to get the punches and stamps you use! I posted the one I made, with a link to your site on my blog today! Thanks!

 
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