Archive for the ‘Gift Card Holders’ Category:
Do you know someone who likes to work with wood? Do you want to give them a gift card in a really special way? Then this project would be perfect! This interactive Table Saw Gift Card Holder will require the recipient to do just a little bit of work to get the gift card out, and in the process it looks like the table saw is cutting a piece of plywood!
To show you how the gift card slides out when the plywood is cut, we've added a short video for your viewing pleasure. Just head over to Craft Project Central to view the video and as you'll see, anyone that receives this "cutting edge" gift card holder is going to be really impressed!
To get the instructions for this clever project designed by Amanda, while at Craft Project Central, subscribe to May!
Here's something new to try! How about a gift card bouquet and a matching fun-fold card too!?! After opening the gift card, your recipient can put the pretty bouquet on their desk to remind them of your gift and brighten up their day! This is a great project for a teacher, co-worker, or anyone you want to give a little something special to! This project is a fun class or camp project too!
To get the instructions for this fun and cheerful project designed by Sharon, just head over to Craft Project Central and subscribe to May! Have a great weekend and Happy Mother's day to all of you wonderful moms (and aunties that are like moms) out there!!
Do you need the perfect box to give a gift card to a guy who works with tools? What about this Tool Box Gift Card Holder and Card?! The Tool Box is complete with a working latch and tool tray. Inside there is a slot to insert that gift card and even room to add some sweet treats or small tools! The card is designed to look like a workshop pegboard with all the tools organized and neatly hung. What guy wouldn't love to get a gift card and a small gift in this cute little Tool Box?!
To get the instructions for this great Father's Day project designed by Amanda, just head over to Craft Project Central, subscribe to April and then meet one of the bonus project requirements of subscribing to two or more months in a row, putting the Craft Project Central badge on your blog, or referring a friend and when they subscribe letting them know.
This pretty-vintage greeting card has a Faux Book look that will wow the recipient whether they're a book lover or not! The compartment inside is deep enough for a gift card (how about a Borders gift card), or any other small treat! This project is also a quick and easy club, class, or stamp camp project!
Have a great weekend!!
Add a couple tea bags and a gift card to your favorite coffee (or tea) spot and this cute project is ready for giving! Your friends, co-workers, teachers, etc. will love this pretty and practical gift! Inside the holder you'll find compartments for the tea bags and a gift card! This project is also a quick and easy class or club project!
Gift cards are so popular! Here's another pretty way to package your gift cards to make them extra special! This project is also a quick and easy club or class project as well as a great item to sell at craft fairs!
Dad's favorite candy or a gift card are extra special when you wrap the gift in a Dress Shirt Gift Bag! Pair the gift with a coordinating card and you're set for Father's Day, which is right around the corner!! Project includes instructions for the dress shirt, gift bag, origami tie (so cute!!) and the Father's Day card! This project would also be great for gifts for any man in your life, husband, co-worker, boss (and if your boss is a female, make it feminine!)!
Why give a gift card in a plain old envelope when you can present it in this beautiful pop-up card? This pop-up gift card holder template can be adapted for any holiday or occasion. Just change the greeting and make several for your kids' teachers to show your appreciation at the end of the school year, which is coming up soon for many!
Over at my Sisters in Stamping blog this week we are showcasing the new Petal Cone Big Shot Die from the Occasions Mini catalog. This is my first attempt at using the new die and I have to say I love it! I made this little ice cream cone gift card holder and it was so easy! I ran the Crumb Cake card stock through first to make the cone (and ice cream), then ran the piece through the Big Shot again using the Square Lattice textured impressions embossing folder to give the cone texture. I used the Petal Cone die again to make the strawberry ice cream pieces and the Happy Birthday banner. The rest is probably pretty self explanatory. This yummy little gift card holder fits in our Small Open-End Envelopes found on page 171 of the catalog!!
Petal Cone Die #121810 $32.95
Big Shot #113439 $99.95
Square Lattice Embossing Folder #119976 $7.95
Something to Celebrate Clear-Mount Stamp Set #122418 Hostess Level 2
Something to Celebrate Wood-Mount Stamp Set #121897 Hostess Level 2
Crumb Cake Card Stock #120953 $6.95
Pretty in Pink Card Stock #100459 $6.95
Very Vanilla Card Stock #101650 $8.50
Chocolate Chip Card Stock #122128 $6.95
Chocolate Chip Classic Stampin' Pad #100908 $5.95
Real Red Card Stock #102482 $6.95
Build a Cupcake Punch #121807 $16.95
Small Open-End Envelopes #107286 $7.50
Here's a cute little gift card holder to make and give to that someone special! Change up the theme and you can use the template year-round!