Do you recognize this punch-art Santa face? This gift card was made with the same Santa face I created for the petite treat purse and the rockin’ Santas. This makes a great gift card for a child. I made this little 3”x3” card for my 3yo granddaughter. I’m popping it in the mail today and I hope it gets there before they come here for Christmas.
Follow the directions here for the Santa face. (I added another small circle of Real Red cardstock peeking out from his lip for his mouth.) The Garden Green cardstock was cut 3”x6” and folded to 3” square. With the Santa hat poking out the top you’ll need to use a longer envelope. You can custom make an envelope using the Diagonal scoring plate or use an envelope from the note cards & envelopes pack.
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!
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.
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.
The links to the products I used in this card are below.
This adorable little folded Christmas Tree gift card measures only 2″ x 3″ and fits perfectly into the gift envelope made from the Scallop Envelop Bigz Die and the Big Shot Die-cutting Machine.
The fold Christmas tree was made with a half circle of Old Olive Polka Dot Parade Designer Series Paper. I created the envelope with the Real Red paper from the same pack. A perfect Christmas combination.
The Christmas star from Scentsational Season stamp set was stamped in Daffodil Delight and trimmed out with the coordinating Holiday Collection framelit. I punched the tree trunk out with the corner of a square punch.
I stamped the greeting from Joyous Celebrationsstamp set in Real Red and punched it out with the Ticket Duo Builder Punch. I then trimmed the tree and the star with Dazzling Details glitter glue.
CUTE!!! Stampin’ Up!’s candy jar gift card created with the Perfectly Preserved and Jolly Bingo Bits stamp sets is darling, bright and cheery. You can click here to view the complete supply list. I love the layered Pool Party paper in the background. The embossed hearts add great texture and the polka dots add wonderful whimsy. The silver glimmer paper scallop is a brilliant addition. And did you notice the circle-punched candy popped up with dimensionals? Best of all, the jar can be quickly cut out with the Big Shot Die-cutting Machine and the coordinating Cannery Set Framelit. No scissors required.
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This simple little gift card has a classic black & white color scheme. Measuring 3″ x 3″, I made this card quickly with my Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine.
I started by stamping the ‘for you’ label from Stampin’ Up! Apothecary Art stamp set in White Craft ink on Basic Black card stock and embossing it with white embossing powder. Then I pulled out my super-hero Big Shot, cut out the label with the Labels Collection framelit and embossed the white background with the Fancy Fan Embossing folder.
I used the framelit once again to trim out this piece for the inside of the card, giving me a clean spot for writing a happy message.