Monday, December 11, 2017

Christmas Gift Card Holder

Christmas is only two weeks away! Are you ready? Today I have an easy gift card holder for you. We made this at a Stampin' Up! Demonstrators event a while back. Here are the measurements:

Card Base - 4 1/4 x 11. Score at 2 1/2, and 5 1/2
Designer Paper Layers - 2 3/4 x 4, and two - 2 1/4 x 4
White Cardstock - 4 x 5 1/4 for inside greeting, and 2 1/2 x 4 for wreath
Cut circle from piece of Garden Green using 3" Stitched Circle Framelit
Cut circle from Cherry Cobbler using 2" Stitched Circle Framelit
Cut 6" piece of Cherry Cobbler Tinsel Trim for from ribbon

We used the beautiful sunflower from the Painted Harvest Stamp Set. Stamp the wreath base with Lemon-Lime Twist. Stamp the next layer using the Sunflower detail stamp with Garden Green. Stamp the base once again with Lemon-Lime Twist, and rotate the stamp 180 degrees. Next stamp the berries in Cherry Cobbler. You can use Wink of Stella on the berries to give them more pizzazz. The wreath is punched out with the Starburst Punch.

There are lots of specials going on in the Stampin' Up! world right now.

Reserve Your Very Own Stamparatus

  • Reservation window will be open from 2pm (mountain time) December 5th through December 30th
  • If you don't reserve during this time, you will not be able to purchase one until June 2018
  • Beginning March 19th, the Stamparatus's will start shipping in the ORDER reservations were received (first in, first out) and will probably take a couple of months to get them all shipped.  This is based on receipt from manufacturer.  
  • Your credit card will NOT be charged until you close your order and it ships, so if you change your mind you can always cancel your order.  There is no commitment when you reserve it.  BUT, if you don't reserve, you won't get and you might be VERY VERY DISAPPOINTED!

The Stampin' Up! Extravaganza Sale is going on right now. Some products are reduced, and many are retiring from the Holiday Catalog. Please order early as many items sell out quickly.

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