The Joy of Gifting
This is an extremely simple card that can be mass produced if you have several people that are receiving gift cards or a single person who is one of those no-frills people that still like a little holiday joy (like my Dad).
I used a gold metallic paper, a gold vellum to line the inside of the card, some string to string the banner and Poppystamps digital dies.
The inside of the card shows the digital die cutting for the gift card. A wee bit of the top of the card is showing in the photo which is the gold vellum that lines the front panel. You can be as ornate or as simple as you like and you can determine how big (or small) you wish to make a gift card holder so why pay $3 and $4 at the stores for one?
147 - Scalloped Border Poppystamps digital die
173 - Scalloped Notches Poppystamps digital die
170 - Retro Border Poppy stamps digital die
Die cutting machine (I used Silhouette Portrait)
Glue (or your preferred adhesive)
Poppystamps digital dies are fantastic as you can add your own text (like I did to the banners) and you can resize to fit your card, select all or a portion of the image, repeat the image without worrying about the metal die slipping and mass produce cards. Now, I am NOT giving up my metal dies but it is nice to have options. Plus, you can combine both digital and metal dies and pick a technique to customize your cards!
Each image file comes formatted as .ai, .dfx. jpg., pdf., png, and .svg to work with just about every electronic cutter. You can see all the images available here.
If you have a digital cutter you will want to watch the blog this week. Poppystamps will be featuring digital dies for the next few days and choosing two random commenters to receive 10 free digi dies of their choice. All you have to do is leave a comment by 11-18 on any of the posts (November 11-14) featuring the digi cuts. Winners will be posted by Jeanne on the Poppystamps blog on 11-20.
Thanks for checking out my gift card holder and don't forget to to go to the Poppystamps blog to leave a comment!! Comments are welcomed here but do not count for the give-away, as those comments must be left on the Poppystamps blog.