Monday, December 10, 2018

These gift card holders are a thank you for people at the airport who are so helpful and kind.

You can make 2 from a single sheet of cardstock.

Your paper is 4 ¼ wide by 9 ¾ long, scored at 1 ¾, 4 ¾, 5 ¾, 6 ¾.   I used Poppy Parade 


Fold on the score lines and then with your trimmer cut out ¼ x 3 ¾ to make a hole. Or use your classic label punch, punch twice along the inside edge so you have a place for your gift card holder.  Below the hole, secure with tear n tape or liquid glue. 

Can you see how the gift card fits in nicely?

I added 2 cards inside with “Christmas greetings” and left the other blank to sign.

Make the Belly Band – I used the Santa’s Workshop paper that has flocking on it so tear n tape was good to secure it.

Then I stamped a plane in Bermuda Bay, cut it out with layering ovals and layered on to the scalloped oval.  I added this to the front of the Belly Band.

The belly band is 2 ½ x 6 ¼, wrap it around the holder (not too tight).  Add the plane (or whatever you’d like) with dimensions in the center of the oval and attach to the belly band.

The plane is a very very old stamp!  I don’t know where I bought it.  These gift card holders are for people at the airport who are super helpful and I wanted a plane theme!

Happy stamping, MaryKate

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