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Gift Card Holder

Thought I would share with you the gift card holders I made today. Inspired by one of my students. here they are… see below

* Card stock is 8 1/2 x 5 1/2, scored on the long side at 3 1/8, 4 1/4 & 5 3/8
* Fold in half, burnish; fold the other two scored sides the opposite direction. Card now looks as though it has a W in the middle. Adhere that ‘W’ inside.
* I made the front piece to hold the gift card by using tear n tape on the ends of the fold.
* Decorate as desired: my sizes for the front were..CS: 3 x 5 3/8, DSP: at 2 7/8 x 5 1/4. The inside dimension was 3 x 5 3/8

Have fun!!!
This is the outside: the envelope is a standard small envelope, decorated to coordinate with each individual card holder.

And here’s the inside:

As I made several (5 to be exact), here are photos of the outside of the others:
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If you have questions about creating these cute gift card holders, Please contact me. My email is TLsBrightSpot@gmail.com

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Bookmarks from scraps

Yesterdays post included cute packaging using retired Designer Series Paper. Today’s post is using those scraps… Below is that picture… Again using scraps, I covered the backs of the strips with Whisper White Card stock by adhering with Tombow glue. I used the delightful tag topper punch for the top and tied ribbon through the holes. Voila! The bookmarks seemed a bit plain and I wanted a simple saying, so went to the computer and printed out sayings on Whisper White card stock. After cutting them down to size and using the classic label punch, I punched the ends doing one at a time as the words are longer than the punch. Again, these are just for passing out to a book group of friends or for using yourself. Enjoy!

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