Sunday, November 10, 2013

12 days of Stampin' up Christmas projects from papermadeprettier, DAY 5

 5 golden rings....! Well,  not really. But a gift card holder?  YES!  Let's face it, sometimes a gift card is just the way to go for someone, but you really want to personalize it for Christmas. I have your solution and it's simple and easy with Stampin' Up products. 

Day 5:
Holly Jolly gift card holder

Here is what it looks like on the inside:

Doesn't the double-sided paper must really pop here? LOVE IT!

Here's a close up of the front, sparkles galore. 

 Stampin' Up supplies used:
Paper: season of style designer series paper, whisper white 8 1/2" x 11" card stock
Stamp set: Tags 4 you
Ink: old olive and cherry cobbler stampin' write
adhesive: stampin' dimensionals, glue dots, snail adhesive
tools: word window punch, scallop border punch, label bracket punch
embellishments: basic rhinestones, cherry cobbler buttons (regals collection)
ribbon: cherry cobbler 1/2" seam binding ribbon

Cut designer paper 11" x 3" (that means you can get 4! out of ONE SHEET of designer paper- LOVE!)  Score at 3 1/2"  and 7 3/4" and fold. On smaller end section, punch word window punch about 3/4" in from edge. On one end, punch word window punch . Punch scallop border on other end of card holder.  Embellish with buttons and basic rhinestones.  Color 'Have a holly jolly" with old olive and cherry cobbler markers and stamp onto whisper white paper and punch with label bracket punch.  Embellish with rhinestones.  Cut 1/2 inch slit about 1/2" in from scalloped edge for ribbon to go through. Cut approx. 20" of cherry cobbler ribbon and thread through the slit and around back, then to side to tie. Attach white punched label to card with stampin" dimensionals on top and bottom edges so that ribbon can thread under it.
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