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!
- 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.
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I love the variety of these weekly specials!
Have a craftastic day,Stacy