Let's face it--money cards are the go-to gift of choice for both givers and recipient, these days! Why not make a rather perfunctory gift something extra special, with a quick gift card holder? Dress it up with the Easiest Gift Card Holder Ever--so simple it can be done on your way out the door!
Ready to begin? Here's what you'll need:
- 4.25 x 11 inch cardstock base
- Simply Scored or other scoring tools
- Tear N Tape or other strong adhesive
- Duet Banner Punch or other large, gently curving circle/oval punch
- patterned paper, stamps and ink to decorate (B.Y.O.P "Buy Your Own Present", shown here)
Use Tear & Tape or other strong adhesive just on the edges of that panel (so it won't interfere with the gift card sliding in and out). Fold down flat, creating a pocket on the inside of the front cover of the card.
Decorate the card front as desired. You'll want to cut a piece of patterned or stamped paper to 4 x 2 inches to adhere to the inside back of the card, as this will show even when the card is closed.
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