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Showing posts with label Gift Card Holder. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Gift Card Holder. Show all posts

Monday, September 14, 2015

Gift Card Holders for the Golfer

I had so much fun making these money/gift card holders. I made a similar one a couple of years ago, but this year we had a female and male golf instructors. This gave me the opportunity to add a bit of a feminine touch to one.

Card Stock - Bermuda Bay (131197), Daffodil Delight (119683), Melon Mambo (115320), Whisper White (100730), Wild Wasabi (108641)
Accessories - Brad, Melon Mambo Ribbon Scallop Dots, Perfect Polka Dots and Square Lattice embossing folders

Card Stock - Daffodil Delight (119683), Whisper White (100730)
Accessories - Natural Trim Ribbon (129287), Brad, Melon Mambo Ribbon Scallop Dots, Perfect Polka Dots and Square Lattice embossing folders

Friday, January 30, 2015

Sweet Sorbet Gift Card Holder

Stampin' Up! has a stamp set called B.Y.O.P. (Buy Your Own Present). It's a great set to use if you're giving a gift card or cash as a gift. I found the measurements at My Little Craft Blog. She does a great job of breaking down each of the measurements.

Stamps - B.Y.O.P., Flower Shop, Petite Pairs
Cardstock - Crisp Cantaloupe, Pool Party, Summer Starfruit, Whisper White
DSP - Sweet Sorbet
Ink - Crisp Cantaloupe, Pool Party, Summer Starfruit, Memento Tuxedo Black
Punches - Corner Rounder, Pansy

Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Popcorn Anyone?

I made these gift card holders for my sister and brother-in-law, to hold movie gift cards. I saw this idea on the Stampin' Up! demonstrator site and shamelessly copied the idea from Lorri Heiling. For instructions of how to create your own, visit her video at

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Gift Card Holder for the Gardener

One more gift card holder. I used the same basic pot I used for the gift card holder for the golfer, but filled it with flowers. One of the fun things about the women's golf clinic, was the fact that they served us a cocktail at the end of each lesson. The social time after the lessons gave all of us an opportunity to discuss what we learned and get to know each other.

We were fortunate enough to have a bartender who enjoyed taking care of us. Each week she made us something special to drink (one week it was a Raspberry/Chocolate Martini!), and an appetizer to go with it. She always made us feel so special.

One of the things we found out about her, is that she really enjoys her garden. She even had a vase of flowers for us on a few evenings. This is why I made this gift card holder for her.
Stamps - Papillion Potpourri, Secret Garden
Cardstock - Certainly Celery, Garden Green, Whisper White
Ink - Basic Black, Daffodil Delight, Melon Mambo, Pacific Point, Rich Razzleberry, Tangerine Tango, Tempting Turquoise
Embossing Folder - Square Lattice
Ribbon - Summer Starfruit Satin Stitched
Punches - Bird Builder (for the leaves), Bitty Butterfly, Elegant Butterfly
Framelit - Secret Garden
Crystal Effects on the butterflies

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Gift Card Holder for the Golfer

A while back, I posted a card I created for the golf pro from the women's clinic I've been attending. All us women pooled some money to be included in the card. However, I saw a gift card holder similar to the one below, created by another Stampin' Up demonstrator, and knew I needed to make one to include in the card.

This is the first one I've made and I should have made it a bit larger for a gift card, but it's perfect for a few bills.
Cardstock - Always Artichoke, Whisper White
Embossing Folders - Perfect Polka Dots, Square Lattice
Brad - Designer Circle (ret.)
plus one basic golf tee

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Gift Card Holder

I needed a gift card holder, so I decided to make it. Although, it is very simple to make, it does take a bit of time cutting and scoring. I do feel it turned out very nice. and will make the gift card a bit more special.
 This is the front view of the holder. 
The base is Cherry Cobbler, with a layer of Early Espresso and Deck the Halls DSP (ret.)
I topped it off with Always Artichoke seam binding
The ornaments on the inside were punched using the Ornament punch.
I also used sticky backed Velcro (non SU!) for the closure.
These two ornaments were created using the Framelits' Holiday Ornaments.
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