This week I am featuring different gift card holders. I love this one since it uses DSP and is so quick and easy to make.
This design can also be easily modified for any time of the year. I love these for Teacher thank you gifts and teen birthdays.
Each gift card is created using a 4″ X 11″ piece of DSP, scored at 3″, 6″, 9″. Then you round the small end to create a nice flap.
Add tear and tape to sides of the end piece that is 3″. Then cut out the card slot and glue the end shut.
Add a piece of white cardstock inside to write on.
Next, fold it all closed, wrap a strip of coordinating 3/4″ X 8-1/2″ cardstock around the closed DSP and tape it together. Finally decorate the cardstock strip.
To see exactly how I created these – checkout the video below.
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