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Twelve Days of Gift Giving – Three Ways to Finish a Basic Gift Bag

This post is part 2 of 13 for Twelve Days of Gift Giving

This post is part 2 of 13 for Twelve Days of Gift GivingHello everyone! Welcome to Day 1 of Waffle Flower Crafts Twelve Days of Gift Giving event! If you are new to paper crafting, please check out our Scoring Board Basics to get started. Hello everyone! It’s Nina here! I feel like I own you guys a tutorial on using our products to enhance some basic craft projects. So in today’s post, I’m featuring the good old tool for a paper crafter: a basic scoring board and I will share three ideas to make the basic gift bag fancy! Three Ways to Finish a Scoring Board Gift Bag I used Scor-pal in my tutorial but all three products mentioned in our Scoring Board Basics post can be used for this project. You will need the following to make the bag: – Scoring Board (12″x12″ or bigger) – Letter-size Cardstock (8-1/2″ x 11″) – Scissors – Glue You will need […]

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Love Notes Release – Day 1 – Introduction & Giveaway [Video Demos]

Hello everyone! It is time for another release from Avery Elle. I’m joining Jamie today for a preview of my two die sets. They are now available here and here. I have a few videos for you and they will be posted in the following order: Day 1 (Dec 2) – Introduction & Giveaway <– You’re Here! – Video: Introduction to Embellish It Flower Die – Video: Introduction to Love Notes Pocket Die Day 2 (Dec 3) – More on Pocket Die – Video: Make a Vertical Pocket from Journaling Cards – Video: Make a Horizontal Pocket – Video: Diecut Notches for a Gift Card Day 3 (Dec 4) – More on Flower Die – Variations to Embellish It Flower Die – Money Holder with A Flower On Top Blog Hop Day (Dec 5) – Love Notes Stamp Set – Video: Introduction to Love Notes Stamp Set – Customize envelopes […]

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Dad’s Gift Card Holder with Free Box Pattern

Hello everyone! Popped in to share a dad’s gift idea for GCD Studios. You can find the free box pattern download link at the end of this post. Supplies: All from Special Delivery Collection. Heidi Paper #2041; Calvin’s Race Paper #2039; George Paper #2037; Jack Paper #2043; Sincerely Yours Paper #2044; “I love you” & “No. 1″ sticker from Label Stickers #2052; “dad” spelled using Alpha Stickers #2051. I modified my heart top box pattern and made a new Collar Top Gift Card Holder Pattern. The assembly steps are pretty much the same so you can refer to the other post if you have any problem putting it together. Have fun! FREE DOWNLOAD Please link to this post and not the file directly, thanks! Collar Top Gift Card Holder Pattern (Support WF by registering and download here.) Collar Top Gift Card Holder Pattern (Just want the file? Use this link.) Please note that […]

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N&T – March Release – Sketchy Cupcakes

Hello everyone! I am back again for the Neat and Tangled March release! Today we are showcasing the Sketchy Cupcakes set! I love the spoon image in this set! I want more of it to show behind the cupcake so I cut it in half and stick it behind:) No one will see it! (Wink) You probably have noticed that this is a gift card holder :) I cut a piece of 6″x6″ paper (Fourteen by Crate Paper) to 4-1/4″ x 6″ and score at 4-1/4″ lengthwise. use the extra flap as the mounting base for the front piece. Then add tape or adhesive to each side and adhere. Easy Peasy! :) I hope that you enjoyed my post today and click on over to Neat and Tangled Blog for more inspirations! The design team girls are amazing! Happy Crafting!

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Merry Christmas Gift Card Holder

Made this for both Runway Inspired Challenge and Papertrey Ink October Blog Hop: This is a very easy to make gift card holder: cut cardstock to 4-1/4″ x 11″, score at 4-1/4″ and 8 1/2″; fold and adhere the smaller flap down to form a pocket: Below is the RIC photo. I was inspired by the red border, the stripes on white and the clean and simple style! Below is the inspiring color combo provided by PTI. I used pure poppy cardstock and ink, aqua mist and ocean tides ink, the new Background Basics: Super Stripes stamp set and the Edgers #1 Die by Papertrey Ink. I also used Basic Borders set by Mama Elephant. Sentiment and ornament part stamps are by Paper Smooches. Twine is by Lawn Fawn. Circle Punch is 1 3/4″ by EK Success. Thank you for stopping by! Happy crafting!

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A Tree-t for You!

Morning Crafters! Today I have a shaped card for Joy’s Life DT and Paper Crafts July Gallery Challenge. Tree image is from this free cut file on Deena Rutter’s blog. I copied the tree a couple times in Silhouette Studio and erased the lines I do not need for each layer. Yes, the shapes are not closed but it is easier to just hand cut the connections after the machine cut. I placed the files to the corners so I can cut them out all at once using 3 different 6″x6″ paper. Stamp: (sentiment from Yummy Puns) Joy’s Life; Patterned Paper: (Hippie Plaid, Flowery, Groovy from Flower Child Collection; Hailey, Abbie’s Sunshine from Oh Happy Day Collection) GCD Studios. Punches: (grass border) Fiskars, (photo corner) Martha Stewart. And here is what the photo corners are used for: I mounted the gift card closer to the bottom of the tree so […]

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Boy/Girl Gift Card Holders in 3 Steps

Hello everyone! I’m sharing some good stuff today! :) How many gift cards did you give and/or receive in the last few years? Too many for me that I’ve lost track. There is a fit for almost anyone at any occasion. They make great last minute gifts and some people (count me in!) would just like to receive gift cards. So when I see the new Business Card Holder Die by Lifestyle Crafts, I want to make gift card holders! It is as easy as 1, 2, 3: 1. Die cut your paper. (The dies work with all leading die cut machines) 2. Add glue/tape to the bottom and the side tabs; adhere. 3. Embellish! I had so much fun decorating the little holder that I went ahead and made another one for girls: Here are the dies I used: SUPPLIES (Dies will be available at lifestylecrafts.com on July 25) InLinkz.com

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