Holiday Cheer Gift Card Holder

Another fabulous gift card holder. This time the recipient receives a card and a gift all in one.
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The base of this card is Lost Lagoon with a layer of Soft Sky. Then I adhered two strips of All is Calm DSP, and a 5/8" strip of Basic Gray covering the seam of DSP. Then I added a 1/8" strip of Silver Glitter Cardstock. I used Smoky Slate cardstock with the Gift Card Thinlit (found in the Holiday Catalog — you only have a short time to order it). I stamped Holiday Cheer and a row of trees from Cheerful Tags stamp set with Smoky Slate ink. I mounted the gift card holder on to another layer of Soft Sky cardstock and adhered that to the card front. For the final decorating I used the Tree Punch and Pear Pizzazz carstock to punch out two trees. I added some texture with the Perfect Dots embossing folder and adhered those to the front of the card.

Snowman Gift Card Holder

I don't know about you but I know I give quite a few gift cards for Christmas gifts. I still want the recipient to feel like they are receiving a gift to open. This cute holder serves that purpose great. The present the snowman is holding open up so ou can tuck the gift card inside.
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I stamped snowflakes with VersaMark ink and heat embossed with White Emossing Powder. The snowman is made from many different punches and the Circle Collection Framelits The gift is adhered to the front of the snowman. This was fun to make — i think I'll be making a few more yet over the next couple of days.

Coffee Treat Holder

Any type of papercraft project that holds chocolate is fabulous.  Today's project uses the adorable little "coffee to go" cups.  The cups are only about 3" tall and 2" around — so cute and I've put some yummy Dove chocolates inside.

Coffee Treat HolderI started with 2 strips of Garden Green cardstock that are glued overlapping one end.  I punched both ends ofthe long strip using the Scallop Topper Punch.  I stamped the Festival of Tree Christmas tree with Garden Green ink and punched out with the coordinating punch.  I punched a piece of Cherry Cobbler cardstock using the Decorative Label Punch and adhered that to the coffee holder.  Next put the tree over the label with dimensionals.  I added a Whisper White "to/from" tag.

Next I used a piece of Trim the Tree DSP and cut out a wrap for the coffee cup — glue it one with Tombow Multi Purpose Gllue (green glue).  I used a couple of glue dots to adhere the cup into the holder, adhere the top together to keep it snug and tie a bow with Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding.