Simple DIY Gift Card Holder Idea

Today I am sharing how to make a DIY gift card holder that is quick and simple. This handmade gift card holder idea can be adapted to fit any occasion.

CLICK HERE TO PRINT THE PROJECT SHEET

DIY GIFT CARD HOLDER

This time of year I start thinking about giving gifts for Christmas. I know it seems early, but I really like to give personalized gifts and I love making fun DIY gift card holders for my gift cards.

For the card, I made below and shared on YouTube live I used a thank you type sentiment.

I find that there are a lot of people in my life that do things to help me that I need to thank. I’ve been known to say it takes a village to help me.

For the full details on how to make this card just print the project sheet. The project sheet link is always at the top of the blog post, or you can click HERE. The finished size of this card is 4-1/4″ x 4-1/4″.

I made a second card just for fun. Remember what I said about needing Christmas cards, well when I’m already in the mode why not create one?

I used the beautiful Twinkling Lights Dies to create this card and the Christmas Banner Bundle for the sentiment. On the inside, I added a 4″ x 4″ piece of Very Vanilla Cardstock for writing the message.

STAMPIN’ UP! SUPPLY LIST

All of the supplies I used to make these fun cards are listed below. Purchase them in my online store by clicking on any of the images below.

SPECIALS

When you place an order of $40 or more through September 27th you’ll get free adhesive backed sequins and gems from me. Your free gift will be mailed at the beginning of October. Make sure to use the current host code.

Have you signed up for the free live World Card Making Day event that Stampin’ UP! is hosting?

CLICK HERE to register so you get all the info for the event on October 1st.

Make sure to purchase one or all three of these bundles for the projects they are going to share on World Cardmaking Day. I have linked them all here.

Weekly Deals September 1-7

PIN IT

Do you have a favorite cardmaking Pinterest board? I would love it if you shared the image below by pinning it to your favorite Pinterest board. This also allows you go to revisit this project whenever you need to and it shares the project with other people.

Wendy

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