Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Gift Card Thank you Envelope

I wanted to make a cute little giftcard envelope for a gift card I was giving as a thank you gift.  I love the plaids in the Warmth and Cheer DSP, so I wanted to use those, and, given the time of year, I wanted to include a bit of a festive touch.


I used the envelope punch board to create a small envelope.  I decorated that with a bit of DSP and a copper banner.  


I made a belly band to slide on and off the envelope to keep it closed.  I punched a flower with the Festive Flower Builder Punch and added a retired gem to the center (the Metal rimmed pearls  would be a good replacement for the gem).


The gift card I purchased came with a small hole punched in it, so I tied it onto the little card I put in the envelope to write my message.  



Thanks for stopping by!


Much love,                                                         
                                              








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3 comments:

  1. Very cute. Love it. What size of crumb cake card stock did you start out with for the envelope punch board and how did you punch and score it? I would like to try and make some. Thanks. barbhann@sbcglobal.net

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    1. I used a piece that was 5-1/2" square, and punched/scored at 2-3/8". Thanks!

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