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Christmas Giftcard Holder

October 7, 2021

Yesterday on my Facebook Live I shared an old design for creating gift card holders. I tweaked the original dimensions to suit A4 card. My folding panel is 25cm x 12.8cm, scored along the 25cm length at 8.5cm and 17cm cut from Basic White card. My card base is a standard card front 10.5cm x 14.8cm cut from Evening Evergreen card. To decorate the front panel I cut a 8cm x 10.3cm piece of Tidings of Christmas 6″ x 6″ Designer Series Paper. I marked down 6cm on the left hand side and up 6cm on the right hand side of the 10.3cm lengths and cut across the panel on the diagonal. I attached the pieces to the front of the folding panel. I stamped “noel” from the Tidings & Trimmings stamp set onto the right hand side between the designer series paper panels.

I cut the solid star from Soft Succulent card using the Christmas Trimmings Dies. I cut the detailed star from Evening Evergreen card using the same dies. I attached the detailed star to the solid star before attaching to the left hand side of the card front. I cut two more stars from Soft Succulent card using the Stitched Stars Dies and attached them to the card front. To create the gift card pocket, I cut a piece of Tidings of Christmas Designer Series Paper 8cm x 12.3cm. I pushed the Tailored Tag punch up from the bottom of the panel as far as it would go to punch out the shape.

A gift card will fit in the punched space. The Designer Series Paper is attached to the middle panel, making sure to only glue the top bottom and sides. For the last panel I attached another piece of the Tidings of Christmas Designer Series Paper with a Basic White scalloped rectangle cut using the Scalloped Contour Dies. This gives me somewhere to write a message. These are such fun gift card holders to make and with Christmas just around the corner, I am sure you will find lots of reasons to create one of these. If you need more instruction just check out the video on my Facebook Page.Bye for now,

Kris

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