Mother's Day and Graduation are right around the corner along with teachers gifts, baby showers, and weddings. Here is the perfect card idea that is also a gift card holder. Just tuck a gift card in the pocket and it's ready to give. Plus, with patterned paper, they are super quick and easy to make! Be sure to read all the way through to the end, because I might just have some new catalog sneak peeks too... So, on y go! Let's get stamping.
Shower Gift Card Holder Idea
This first example would be perfect for a baby shower, wedding shower, or even a birthday. It uses the Sand & Sea patterned paper from the Stampin' Up! January-June Mini Catalog. The front piece is stamped with the Field of Flowers stamp set which is scheduled to be discontinued May 3.
Graduation Card Idea
This fun graduation card uses the retiring Playing with Patterns patterned paper and So Much Happy stamp set. It is stamped in Coastal Cabana and Night of Navy. Instead of using a strip of patterned paper on the right side of the interior. I stamped the smaller balloons along the edge.
Mother's Day Card Design
This card uses the exact same cutting dimensions as the previous card, but the front panel has been flipped the other direction. This card uses the Welcoming Window stamp set which is in the January-June Mini Catalog and is carrying over to the 2021-2022 Annual Catalog. I've paired the stamps with the Fine Art Floral patterned paper from the Mini Catalog.
Check back in May for the full supply list for this Beauty of the Earth Thank You card idea.
Did you know I offer a monthly online card class and game night? Usually, it's the last Tuesday of the month, but we did November's card class and game night last night. This month, I shared how to make 3 cards using the Coming Home and Peace & Joy stamp sets from Stampin' Up! including a gift card holder idea. Participants will receive their card kits in the mail in a few days and a few lucky winners will get prizes in their kits. Besides seeing great cards like these, we have a lot of fun playing games and chatting. I hope you'll join us for the next Card Class & Game Night on Dec. 29.