I found this super cute card and pocket idea online and thought I'd share it with you. Watch the video below to get the instructions for making this project. If you are wanting to order this stamp set of any of the paper used in this project shown, let me know and I'll help you with that. Thanks for watching!
As our minds turn toward Christmas and giving, I look for any opportunity to make something quick and simple so that there's always a gift at hand. You never know when you might need to reciprocate or even give a trinket to someone whose spirits need lifting. Today I put together a very, very easy pocket that houses a gift card. Because the pocket and the gift card are separate, they provide lots of opportunity for embellishment. This project takes 1 piece of 12" x 12" design paper and 1 sheet of 8.5" x 11" cardstock, along with some scraps. With less than a 10 minute investment in time, you're going to a have personalized gift card pocket, ready to go.
Check out the video on how to make this super cute gift card and envelope.
Supplies used (all CTMH unless otherwise noted):
Paper: Elemental B&T; Colonial White, Sorbet, Chocolate CS
Stamps: Love Life, Wonderland, Card Chatter Birthday
Inks: Sorbet, Chocolate
Embellishments: Chocolate grosgrain, Mocha Opaques adhesive gem
Other: 1 1/4" circle punch, 2" circle punch (Fiskars), Doily Lace border punch (Martha Stewart), 3D foam tape, ScorTape (ScorPal), Score Board (Martha Stewart)