Friday, December 4, 2009

Front Fold Gift Card Holder

Hello blogging friends!

I have another gift card holder to share with you! This one folds under a front flap and can also be for any occasion. I went with the Christmas theme and plan to use this one for a friend. You can view a video tutorial of this holder over at Dawn's Stamping Studio.

I started with white card stock and then added the Christmas paper. The present on the front is a chipboard piece adhered with dimensionals. The inside slot, punched with a word window punch, is shown beside the front of the holder. These come together very quickly and add a very nice touch to a gift card or money gift. You could even slide movie tickets into it!

Hope you have enjoyed seeing this version and you will come back soon! Have super weekend!

Blessings to you,
Vicki
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12 comments:

  1. Thanks for the link to the video! Your colorful card is great!

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  2. Vicki this is just too darn cute!!

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  3. Great-looking gift card holder, Vicki!

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  4. Vicki, it's me again! I posted my gift card holders on my blog just now and gave kudos to you for the great example and link to the video - thanks again!

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  5. thanks for the video and yours is wonderful.

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  6. Fantastic! and love that christmas cactus ... I have never seen one that big and lush!

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  7. I really like the design of this gift card holder, Vicki. The fold and slot will be easy to create. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  8. Hi ya vicki! :P what a great header!!! you tell your mom that is BEEE-YOU-TEE-FULL! ;)
    I LOVE this card!!! how cute!!

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  9. This is great Vicki.. You did a fantastic job on it. Thanks for sharing your creativity. Hugs to you, Peggy

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  10. What great paper for a gift card holder. I'll have to check out that video! :)

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