Gift Card Holder

Along with Christmas Cards, we have been creating Gift Card Holders.  Let’s face it, these Foil Frenzy Speciality DSP, Colorful Seasons, Gift Card Holderslittle things can come in quiet handy this time of the year.  In fact, they may be used throughout the year for all occasions.  I have created this Holder a few years back for another class but thought it time to revisit.

For our Holders, we went with the Foil Frenzy Specialty Paper – love, love this paper.  The week previous, everyone was give the option of choosing their favourite colour to create their Gift Card Holders.  I love it that everyone’s was different.

Once the Belly Band had been created, we used the snowflake from the Seasonal Layers Thinlits  to create our main focal point by sponging a die cut circle, die cutting the Gift-Card-HOlder1snowflake with the Seasonal Layers Thinlits & then inlaying it back in with a Stampin’ Dimensional.  We finished them off with a large Rhinestone (retired).

The ladies enjoyed their class & were tickled “pink” with their Gift Card Holders.


Remember to use the Host Code for December when shopping Online.  Don’t forget the End-End Sales Event which includes discounted items & retiring items from the current 2017 Holiday Catalogue.

By clicking on the link below, you will be able to download the tutorial to create your own Holder.

Until next time, Happy Stampin’




292. Gift Card Holder – Seasonal Layers Thinlits

Gift Card Holder, Foil Frenzy Specialty DSP, Seasonal Layers Thinlits, Free Tutorial, Vicky Wright, Stampin' Up!


2 thoughts on “Gift Card Holder

  1. Beautiful Vicky. I don’t have this paper but I do need a gift card holder for my great nephew. Will be using your tutorial for which I thank you.


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