Sometimes I worry that giving a Gift Card is a bit impersonal. I feel better if I can “dress up” the way I give a Gift Card. So, without further adieu, here is day 2 of our Christmas Gift Card Ideas!
Here is a reminder of the video that these ideas came from:
Gift Card Holder 1:
Take an 8½ x 11 piece of cardstock and cut diagonally corner to corner.
Score at 4¼” & 5½”
Secure the bottom diagonal piece down with adhesive to hold your Gift Card securely.
Gift Card Holder 2:
Cut Cardstock at 4¼ x 11
Score at 2″ & 5½”
Add a circle punch and secure the flap down with adhesive to hold your Gift Card securely.
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I have loved working with this new Paper Trimmer while making the score lines for these Christmas Gift Card ideas. It makes it so easy!
If you haven’t checked out our others posts of Christmas gift card ideas, make sure you do!
If you have any questions or comments please email me or comment below.