Last Minute Gift Card Holders

Hi friends,

Are you giving gift cards or cash for Christmas? 🎄 Although, you can usually pick up a sleeve or envelope to go with your gift cards when you purchase them, being the crafter that I am, I like to make my own. 😉

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These Last Minute Gift Card Holders can be made so quickly! You’ll need some double-sided card stock, a corner rounder punch, a 1-inch circle punch, a 1.5-inch circle punch, 1/4-inch Scor Tape (or other strong, thin, double-sided tape), and your favorite Christmas stamp.

Cut your card stock to measure 6 by 4.25-inches. Then measuring along the 6-inch side, score the card stock at 1.75-inches and again at 4.25-inches. (This is the scoring board I have and I love it!) Using the corner rounder, punch each corner. Using the 1-inch circle punch, insert one of the short ends half way into the punch to punch the notch as shown in the picture below.

Take the Scor Tape and put a piece on each side of the section of the holder with the notch. Remove the protective paper, fold up the bottom, and secure.

Using your favorite small Christmas stamp (this one came from Unity Stamp Company’s 2021 Advent Calendar), stamp the image on white card stock, color your image, and punch it out with the 1.5-inch circle punch. Attach it to the front of the holder, leaving half of it below the bottom edge of the flap.

Insert your gift card, put a little adhesive on the bottom half of the stamped circle, and seal the gift card holder. Super quick and easy!

This is a fun way to make giving gift cards or cash a little more festive! 🎄


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