Monday, February 8, 2010

Gift Card Holder by Claudia Rosa

Thank you for visiting the WOJ inspiration blog today.
I hope you will enjoy recreating this fun little project i have prepared for today.
I was inspired by Whiff of Joy's newest release "City Girls" to make a neat little gift card holder to give to a good girlfriend, relative or co-worker.
For this project you are not going to need many supplies,
just a scoring board and some good strong tape - may i suggest Scor-pal tape
First make your card from cardstock (6 x 12) and score @ 4" and 8"



Mark with a small pencil line the angle you want to create for your pocket. I went from the bottom 2" up

Cut that triangle piece off and apply your adhesive tape at the bottom and the 2" part.


cut your choice of patterned paper and decorate the inside with it.
The pocket i have created is long enough to stick a $50 dollar bill in or just simply a plastic gift card.


I have created my sentiment with the computer. As fun closure i went with a paper "belt" but you could also just use ribbon to tie the card. If you want to recreate the belt style like on my card, you could cut the white paper 1" wide. It makes the sliding under the focal point image easier if you add that onto 2 pop-up dots to the front of your card.


To add the belt to the back of my card i just added my personal info - makes it faster and since my card is made with Bazzill Bling cardstock i did not want to cover that with Design Paper.
Lots of Love
Claudia

12 comments :

  1. gorgeous again
    thanks for sharing

    digihugs
    Sonja

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  2. Thank you for the inspiration!!

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  3. wonderful simple project! I love it!

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  4. thanks for sharing this great tutorial

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  5. too cute, absolutely great tutorial.. I might point out that you want to cut your original cardstock to 6 x 12 rather than 6 x 6 though? Thanks for all your great inspiration!!! I love your work!

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  6. Wonderful tutorial Claudia...and what a wonderful gift!
    Hugs
    Carole x

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  7. It may be that your sole purpose in life is simply to serve as a warning to others.............................................

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  8. ¡¡Genial!!, me encanta. Como todos los tutoriales que poneis. Llevo un mes sin entrar por viaje y hay tanto que ver y disfrutar, que llevo horas viendo todos vuestros tutoriales, felicidades por este gran blog.

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  9. What a great tutorial very inspiring.

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  10. So beautiful!Great tutorial,I really appreciate you,You have done nice job.Thank,s for so nice post.

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