Holiday Collection Gift Card

Holiday Collection Gift Card

Holiday Collection Gift Card

When I finished the Glittery Paper Christmas Tree Card I had these scraps left over to make this little gift card that measures 3″ square.  All I had to make was the Gumball Green 3″ square card base and adhere the pieces.  The tree was cut out from the tree ‘window’ I created for the Christmas tree card with the paper I embossed with the Petals-a-Plenty embossing folder and then heat embossed with iridescent ice embossing powder.  So it’s shimmery!

Holiday Collection Gift Card glitter tree

I took a square of Be of Good Cheer Designer Series Paper and created a matching square envelope with my Diagonal Scoring Plate.  With that scoring tool it literally takes seconds to make a matching envelope.

Holiday Collection Gift Card with envelope

And the cool thing is the stripes of that paper are on a diagonal so when I folded up the envelope the stripes were straight across and created a great place to add the recipient’s name.  I used the card yesterday when I delivered some Stampin’ Up! product to a friend.

Holiday Collection Gift Card envelope front

The links to the products I used in this card are below.

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Enjoy! Julie

Holiday Collection Gift Card in envelope

Card Recipe:
Ink: VersaMark #102283
Paper: Be of Good Cheer Designer Series Paper #126896, Cherry Cobbler cardstock #119685, Gumball Green cardstock #126840, Silver Glimmer Paper #124005
Extras: Holiday Collection Framelit Dies #127814, Petals-a-Plenty of Embossing Folder #116824, Big Shot Die-cutting Machine #113439, Bakers Twine #123125, Iridescent Ice Embossing Powder #101930, Brayer #102395, 1-1/4″ Scallop Circle Punch #127811
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