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Envelope Gift Card Holder

Posted by Stacy Williams on

Hi Everyone Happy Wednesday To You!

Today's project is super easy and perfect for this time of year!

We are making gift card holders from envelopes. Here is the inside:

Here is what you need:


Brown Cardstock: 1 @ 1 x 8, 3 @ 2.75 x 2.25, 1 @ 2.75 x 3 1/8, 1 @ 1.75 x 2.25
White Cardstock: 1 @ 2.5 x 2 7/8, 1 @ 1.5 x 2
Pattern Paper: 2 @ 2.5 x 4

Here is the how to:

First, fold the envelope in half, score with bone folder. Take the flap part of the envelope and cut out the score mark you just made. Have the envelope facing you, seal down the flap on the left and tuck the left flap inside the envelope.

Adhere the two pattern paper to two of the (2.75 x 4.25) brown pieces of cardstock. Adhere one of these to the front of the envelope and the other on the inside left. Glue the small (2.75 x 3 1/8) brown cardstock to the bottom left inside envelope.

Using ink (I used brown) stamp the greeting "You are so brave" to the small (1.5 x 2) piece of white cardstock. Stamp the greeting "to light al those candles" to the other white (2.5 x 2 7/8) piece toward the bottom. Adhere the larger white to the brown cardstock on the inside of the envelope. Attach foam squares to the back of the other greeting and adhere to the ( 1.75 x 2.25) piece of brown cardstock. Wrap the (1 x 8) piece of brown cardstock around the envelope. You can use a stapler or a brad to lock in place, or you can use the Art Glitter Glue. (see photo above for placement)

Apply some glue on the front of the belly band in the center to attach the greeting. Attach some twine or ribbon to the gift card and place on the inside pocket.

You can see the video tutorial here on Youtube

I hope all of you have a Wonderful Wednesday. Hugs, Stacy

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  • Absolutely love that idea, so easy too, but makes for such a cute card and gift card holder. Thanks for sharing.

    Lisa on

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