I give lots of gift cards during the holidays…they are a great way to say thank you to teachers, bus drivers, etc, and they make great gifts for those hard-to-buy-for teens on your list. You can never go wrong with a gift card, especially when they’re wrapped up extra special. For today’s handmade holiday project I created some simple cards and coin envelopes for my gift cards this year. They’re quick and easy and you can whip up a stack of them in no time!
To make these fun coin envelopes you will want to grab your trimmer and scoring board! After you get the hang of it you will be making these all the time! I loved how easy it was to add my sentiments using the Snow Village Stamp set! I used different ink colors to make each one unique.
To create the gift card holder I just grabbed some cream cardstock and embellished away using the 3D Chipboard shapes, the chipboard stickers from the Kre8v-Kit and lots and lots of stamps! For more details be sure to grab the project sheet below.
Holiday Project Sheet #2: Coin and Envelope Holders
Want to give your gift cards wrapped up in something special? Click the image below to download today’s FREE Project Sheet that includes step by step instructions and a complete supply list!
12 chances to win! (because we still love giving…)
Come back everyday thru 12/20/13 and answer the “question of the day” for your chance to win 1 of 12 Snow Village Kre8v-kits! These kits include 368 pieces of crafty goodness including 12×12 papers, border stickers, chipboard stickers & element stickers. It will look great under the twinkling lights of your tree!
Today’s question: What gift cards will be under your tree this year?