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Old 11-30-2012, 11:29 AM   #1
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Default Holiday Gift Card Holder templates

I'd like to make a variety of these. Does anyone have a pointer to some they love?

I've looked here in the Template forum and found very little.

Going to try and search the gallery now.

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Old 11-30-2012, 11:54 AM   #2
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I had to go on a search for gift card holder templates just last weekend because I couldn't find the printed tutorial I usually use and I needed to make one quickly. I used one from the BHG website below (there are several on that site, so just keep paging through it to find lots of options:

Christmas Gift-Card Holders Made from Scrapbooking Supplies

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Check out these links:
Pinterest / Search results for gift card holder
15 Gift Card Holders {tutorial} - Tip Junkie
Gutscheinkarte mit Fach Stempelwiese (in German but there is a translator available)
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Here's another link you might check out. She has several video tutorials linked on this blog post: Stamp & Scrap with Frenchie: All about Gift card and wish list
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Claire has a really cute stocking one in the freebies section on the Waltzingmouse stamps site here.

Not sure if you looked in the Tutorials section here as well as the templates. If not, the beanie cap is cute - here .
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I posted my Coffee Cup gift card holder instructions in the "Project Instructions" forum here:
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Here is a cute Christmas gift card holder from club scrap. It has a formula to make several at a time.
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I used these as RFID protectors but some of the ladies thought they would make cute gift card holders too. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure! by Mrs Noofy - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers

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I posted a gift card holder on my blog this time last year...

A Work of Heart: Fabulous Friday Gift Card Holder

Here is a link to the money holder with instructions that I posted today...

A Work of Heart: Quick and Easy Gift Ideas

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I made several of these (Gina K Designs). Quick and Easy, and fun to see the gift card pop straight up when you open the wallet. Here's the tut:
Gift Card Holder - Part 1 - stampTV
Gift Card Holder - Part 2 - stampTV

These fit in my smaller envelopes, which I embellish to match the gift card holder.

And I made a dozen of the ones like Diane's (used Cherry Cobbler for the cup, to resemble the Starbucks winter design). These fit nicely in a regular A2 envie.

I also modified my usual A2 size...since I use a large sheet of card stock for my bases (11 x 17), I just added one inch to the length, so I could score that inch, fold it up, using Sookwang tape to adhere it. This makes a perfect pocket for a gift card or cash. So, I either cut my base at 4.25 x 12 (that extra inch is what makes the pocket) for tall cards, or 5.50 x 9.50 (again, that extra inch will fold up for the pocket. Here's an example from my gallery (it's my step-son's birthday card): Card for James by kitkat55 - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers

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