December 9, 2008

TJ Blogstravaganza - Another Gift Card Template



I don't know about you - but it seems like we give more gift cards than actual gifts at the holidays. Here's another easy gift card holder you can create - perfect for those last minute gifts!

For my first Gift Card Holder, I used a piece of DSP and created a belly-band that slips over my holder. The band measures 11" x 2" and is scored at 3-1/8" on one end and 2-3/4" on the other. I stamped my sentiment from the JustRite Christmas Stamp Ensemble in red ink, then used my Spellbinders Label Die to cut it out. I sponged red ink on the edges, then layered it onto a red piece of card stock that was cut with my die, then on to my belly-band. The card stock that pulls out of the sleeve is 4-3/4" x 5" and I used my Slit Punch to create a holding place for my gift card. Punch a smaller piece of DSP using my circle punch, then folded it over the top, adhered in place, then punched a hole so I could thread through my grosgrain ribbon - making it easier for the recipient to get to the gift card.



For my second Gift Card Holder - the sleeve of my holder is created using WorldWin Paper Petallics in Juniper Berry. I used the CuttleBug Highlights on my main panel - then applied Shimmerz Angel Wings to add some extra bling. I layered the CuttleBug piece onto a piece of World Win Treasures Night Indigo, then onto my Juniper Berry Sleeve. The insert that holds my gift card is also Night Indigo.




Details:
Stamps - JustRite Christmas Ensemble
Ink - Real Red, Bashful Blue, Shimmerz
Card Stock - WorldWin Papers - Petallics Juniper Berry, WorldWin Treasures Night Indigo, White, Real Red, DSP
Other - 1/8" Hole Punch, 1-1/4" Circle Punch, Red Grosgrain, Navy Grosgrain, Sticky Strip, Slit Punch, Big Shot, Spellbinders Label Die, Sponge Dauber, Aquapainter

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

Lisa

Thanks so much for sending the link; I can;t wait to make some - too cute!

joy

 
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