Monday, November 8, 2010

Christmas Gift Card Holder by Lori Hairston

Sometimes gift cards can seem a little impersonal.  However, if it's to someplace that you know the person really likes, then that's not impersonal at all.  And when you dress it up with a decorated gift card can't go wrong!  I started with the green cardstock  and then added pieces from the darling Echo Park Christmas paper.  All of which is a part of the November kit. 
 And how about that pretty green seam binding ribbon?  You bet, it's from the November kit, too.  The silver tinsel is part of the November ribbon card.  The little circle santa, the red scallop and the green trim at the top are part of an Echo Park sticker sheet. 

 I added a red button, baker's twine and a safety pin from my stash.  The cardstock is cut to 4 1/4 " x 5 1/4".  Score at 2 1/4 " from the bottom and sew the sides.  Couldn't be easier!  This is probably going to my son-in-law for Christmas.  I think it will be hit with a gift card from one of his favorite places!

Kirsty's note
Perfect Christmas Gift!!!! And so pretty too!!!

These are some of the beautiful christmas theme papers in the November Kit "Snow Shoe", get yours today before it is gone!


  1. What a pretty way to dress-up a holiday gift!

  2. how could that *NOT* be a hit with anyone who's got EYES??!?!?! i actually do not think you even need to put a g/c in there...the pretty HOLDER is already so awesome on its own! :) :) :)

  3. This is wonderful, love this sweet gift card holder.
    Thanks for showing us.

    Happy week

  4. It's gorgeous; I already wrote it on Lori's blog :)

  5. what a best way to dress up a gift..i wish to use Gift Card envelopes to dress up gift card.

  6. How pretty gift card?These cards decorate by green color beautifully.
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