Some of you have been asking about gift cards and I thought I’d go ahead and post a few ideas that we’ve done.
it's a 6X6 piece of designer paper—from Holly Berry Bouquet , I brought 2 opposite sides in and glued them together at the center---then rolled the seam to the side so that it wasn't in the center.
then I punched both narrow ends with the eyelet border punch and folded one end up to make the pocket where the tag is. Automatically there is a pocket in the top that you can put the gift card in as well.
We did this one at my November parties
Cut Early Espresso cardstock 5 X 6. Score at 1/2 and 4 1/2 on the 5 inch width. Then along the 6 inch side, score at 1 1/2 and 3 3/4. Cut out both corners and what you have remaining are the side tabs. I rounded all the edges and punched a ‘pull tab’ using the wide oval punch before gluing sides. Fold in side tabs, then fold up bottom and glue to tabs. I wrapped the quilted satin Early Espresso ribbon around the closed gift card , glued, then applied the little tag to the ribbon. The designer paper on the flap is from the Mocha Morning DSP set.
Here’s the one I posted earlier this month from our class projects:
This one was designed by Heather Forberger. The back side has a pocket for gift card.
Click here to see the earlier post for info.
Oh, and I missed this one that we did at a workshop:
It’s like 3 1/2 inches wide by 8 1/2. Folded in half then fold the front flap down 1 1/2 inches. Then I just attached the front to back with 2 brads near the edge.