Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Tri-Fold Gift Card Holder Using Glitter Rub Ons!

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This is a fun gift card holder that we made at my workshop last Saturday.  Last month on Art and Soul, they talked about how fun it is to use the back of your background paper to coordinate with different paper packs.  If one pack uses Sweet Leaf, look in your other packs for a different pattern that is Sweet Leaf.  It is really fun to see what combinations you can put together, plus it extends the use of your paper too!

Directions:  Cut a piece of cardstock to 4" x 8 1/4"
Score at 2 3/4" and 5 1/2"

Decorate each panel to your liking.  I added an eyelet (not shown) to the right/center on the front and fed a piece of white organdy ribbon through it, under the focal piece that is raised with foam tape, around the entire holder, and finished it off with a bow.  On the inside/right panel, cut a piece of background paper in a triangle and glue down the bottom and right side as a pocket for your gift card.

Ingredients Used:  All Close to My Heart supplies
D1366 Holiday Trinkets Stamp Set
D1330 Connections Stamp Set
D1313 December Word Puzzle
X7105B Emporium Level 2 Paper Packet
X7101B Magic Moments Level 2 Paper Packet
X7115B Jingle Level 2 Paper Packet
Z1222 Glitter Rubons
Z100 5/8" Organdy White Ribbon
Z2153 Sweet Leaf Pad
Z2166 Tulip Pad
Z1208 Soft Set Eyelet Tool
Z1228 Black/White Softset Eyelets
Z1104 Sparkles
Z1151 Foam Tape

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2 comments:

Amy Callaway said...

Angela this is so pretty! I might make a few this weekend

Sarita said...

Very cute! Thanks fo sharing! I love all your work!