A Giftcard Holder on A Card

A happy mail arrived today from Neat and Tangled that I ordered on Black Friday. And I just cannot wait to make something with the Box – Nice and Neat Die. This die is fresh out of the padded envelope and straight to my Evolution Advanced diecutting machine πŸ™‚

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I diecut the box out of Kraft cardstock and it is very easy to put it together (and fun!) Danielle showed how to create the box in a video here.

The background papers are from Old Hymnal Book and one of CTMH retired Christmas paper packet, Sparkle and Shine. I added some Tim Holtz Vintage Photo Distress ink on the edges. I finished the card with wrapping it with White Ribbon Twine from American Crafts and a Star wood chip from Frackled Fawn.

A simple card for a joyful giving this Christmas.

So, do you give giftcards or prefer actual gift for Christmas?

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14 thoughts on “A Giftcard Holder on A Card

  1. A beautiful holiday card and great gift card holder idea all-in-one Helen! I think the box might be able to fit those hong bao (red envelopes) in that we Asian love to give and received for the holiday! πŸ˜‰ BTW, I have a special holiday freebie that I would like for you to grab over my post. A tree, aka “Tree of Kindness.” It’s only available until Dec 11th. Hope you can stop by. Wishing you a lovely weekend Helen.

    Hugs, Christina

  2. A very simple and profound card. Thank you so much for taking time to post your very creative art with us this week at Word Art Wednesday in our 212th FF AG challenge! Advent Blessings, Carole