Yes, it’s hard to believe but Christmas holiday items are starting to appear at some retailers so planning ahead, the July class was themed “Christmas in July – Tags, Gift Cards, Bags & Boxes”. This is a fun class and fortunately the Annual Catalog offers Christmas themed Designer Series Paper (DSP) and holiday stamp sets. Participants were able to make two different gift card designs that are great for mailing to recipients.
The first is a gift card design is one that Dawn Griffith shared on her blog. It is a 4″ x 4″ gift card holder that can be made quickly. Add a custom envelope made using the Envelope Punch Board and you have a nice card for presenting your gift cards. Please note that a card of this size requires extra postage and if using a patterned DSP you should address using a white address label to ensure the address is properly read.
4″x4″ Gift Card using Stampin’ Up! Wondrous Wreath Stamp Set & Matching Envelope
Interior of 4″ x 4″ Gift Card
The second gift card made utilized the Envelope Punch Board and is the same as described in the last post featuring Convention Swaps. The Merry Moments Designer Series Paper along with the Lots of Joy stamp set.
Envelope Punch Board Gift Card using Stampin’ Up! Lots of Joy Stamp Set & Merry Moments Designer Series Paper
Interior of Envelope Punch Board Gift Card
A full list of the supplies used for these gift cards is at the bottom of this post. If you have any questions or wish to purchase items for making your own gift cards, you may contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or click on the “Shop Now” tab under my blog header to link directly to my online store. Your purchase is appreciated!
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