Saturday, October 10, 2015

Just a Little Something Gift Card Holder

Every year I like trying out a new gift card holder but this design is one that I just keep coming back to.  The idea is that you fold the Kraft Tag a Bag and staple it so that it creates two pockets, one in the front and one as the actual bag.  In this case, I realized that if I cut the top of the bag off (that jigjag piece) after it was folded, it would fit in one of our SU! Notecard Envelopes.  And, I figured if I was using the envelope, I should use the Notecard so I have something to write in and tell the recipient to check the other pocket for the gift card.... just in case.  So I cut a notecard in half to make the card and used the other half for the stamped pieces on the card and gift card holder.
 
I love our wooden embellishments so I added one of those on here and I also like the trend of diagonal DSP and Washi Tape on projects so I included that technique as well.  Finally, I like showing customers how they can use their punches in different ways so the bottom of the Season of Cheer snowflake DSP is punched with the Label Bracket Punch for a little extra flair.  So excited to teach all these projects I've been posting at our Christmas in October camp the next two weekends!

 
 
Supplies:
  • Cardstock: Night of Navy (4 1/2 x 3, 3 x 1/2), Whisper White (4 1/2 x 2 1/2), Season of Cheer (2 @ 3 x 1), Dazzling Diamonds Glitter Paper (scrap)
  • Ink: Night of Navy
  • Stamps: A Little Something
  • Accessories: Kraft Tag a Bag, Sponge, Label Bracket Punch, Wooden Snowflake Element, Notecard and Envelope, Handheld Stapler, 1 3/4 Circle Punch, Adhesive, Scissors, and Dimensionals.
You can purchase all these items at my Online Store.

Some of my favorite items are on sale this week.  Check out the deals HERE and use hostess code AT66TQKF at checkout.

 
I love the variety of these weekly specials!
 
 
Stampin’ Up! is doing a new charitable campaign this month and you can help!  For every subscriber that is active for the October Paper Pumpkin, Stampin’ Up! will donate $1 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF). So each person that is signed up for the October kit means $1 for the foundation!  For any new subscribers that sign up by TONIGHT, they will donate $2.  While the kit will not be pink on the inside, the box that comes in October will be in a limited edition pink box (won’t the other red boxes be jealous!)  These kits come with a photopolymer (completely clear) stamp set, ink spot, and instructions with the kit pieces.  You also get a clear block if you are a first time subscriber and the cost is $19.95 plus tax (already includes shipping). You can sign up via the link below or email me if you have any questions. 
Have a craftastic day,
Stacy

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