Gift Card Holder Using Your Stash and Giveaway

Gift Card Holder Using Your Stash and Giveaway is what we have for you today. I don’t know about you but I vowed I was going to be done early for the holidays. First of all, I would like to say I am super proud of myself! I am 75% done shopping and am THRILLED! Creating this easy to create gift card holder is a great way to create something handmade because you want to show your loved ones you care. It is super fast too!  I came up with this quick idea and thought I would share it for those of you that want to plan ahead of time. I have a CAS way to create something from the heart but doesn’t take hours and hours to do SOOOOO let’s get started!

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Here are the items you will need for the Gift Card Holder Using Your Stash:

Stapler (I used the mini stapler by Tim Holtz)

Stickers in your stash

Fall & Winter Holiday Sentiments

Washi Tape,

Adhesive

Card base

Paper for sentiment

Scoring Board

You can also add Bling, twine and whatever embellishments you wish.

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For the Gift Card Holder Using Your Stash,

this is the first one I made as a sample. It took me about 30 seconds but this is because I did have the card stock pre cut. If you needed to cut the card stock, it would probably take about 3-4 minutes because it is pretty simple to cut a standard piece of paper in half.. If you know you are doing multiple ones, I would suggest you cut multiple ones so you have them on hand. It saves time!

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Take your paper (Cut 4.25″ x 11″) and place it on your scoring board.

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Score your paper at 5″ because you will need to fold this for your card to fold in half.

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Score your paper at 10″ because you will need to fold this so that it holds your gift card.

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This is how the Gift Card Holder Using Your Stash looks once it is scored.

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Take the smallest area (1″ end) and fold up.

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Use your finger or scoring tool and reinforce the scored area on your Gift Card Holder Using Your Stash creation.

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Fold the area where it is scored at the 5″ mark and push down on the fold.

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This is what the Gift Card Holder Using Your Stash creation looks like once it has been scored.

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Take our your stapler and staple on both sides of the 1″ scored area.

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Take out your stamps or your stickers and your paper mat for the Gift Card Holder Using Your Stash creation.

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Adhere your sticker or stamp your sentiment on the white paper.

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Apply adhesive to the back of the paper mat and adhere to the card base.

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For your Gift Card Holder Using Your Stash creation,

take out your washi tape and rip off pieces for the front of your card. I used three. You can pick how ever many you want.

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Adhere your washi tape to the card front.

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Take out any other embellishments. I chose to add some rhinestones. Adhere your embellishments.

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This is what the two Gift Card Holder Using Your Stash creations look like.

CAS – Clean and Simple! My favorite!

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Last week, our giveaway was a set of 5 chameleon pens!

The winner is:

                                                 Dee Earnshaw!!

She commented:

October 24, 2016 at 8:23 am
These Chameleon pens look awesome – love how easy it would make creating shadows and getting different tones using the same pen!!!! I would love to win one of these sets:) Please send me a message with your contact info and I will get your prize out to you!

Now, for the giveaway this week!

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Be sure to sign up for our Newsletter/Blog Posts and subscribe to our YouTube Channel for a chance to win this awesome stamp set! If you want to be entered in for an extra chance, please leave a comment on this blog post!

Thank you for joining us today! We hope you enjoyed going on A Creative Journey with Melissa.

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24 replies
  1. shartl
    shartl says:

    Easy and cute are my favorite kind of craft! I give gift cards all the year round so thank you for this simple holder tutorial.I need to whip some up now, so I don’t get frantic around the holidays! I am a subscriber on Youtube and to your newsletter. Would love to win this handy stamp set, thanks!

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  2. karenladd
    karenladd says:

    Love the easy stapled fold for your gift card holder and a reminder to use our stash! I have a lot of little holiday doo-dads that would be fun for decorating gift card holders, and of course…washi tape! Thanks for the chance to win this cute sentiment set. I already subscribe to the blog and am off to subscribe on YouTube too!

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  3. Babe O'Mara
    Babe O'Mara says:

    Loved the tutorial. These are going to be great for Christmas, or any other time, just change up the embellishments. Thanks for much for sharing.

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  4. Dee Earnshaw
    Dee Earnshaw says:

    Love they easy way of creating a fun gift card holder, Melissa and so excited that you picked my name for the awesome Chameleon pen set!!!
    Thank you:)

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  5. KT Fit Kitty
    KT Fit Kitty says:

    Awesome gift card holder – I like how quick it is – great for those last-minute gifts during the holidays! Very excited about your giveaway – I have not had the opportunity to try your stamps yet so I would love to try them – I’m always looking for useful sentiments like these – thanks so much! Have a great day!

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