Craft Tutorial - Christmas Gift Card Holder

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You are purchasing a detailed 8-page PDF tutorial (with photographs) to make this elegant Gift Card Holder for the holiday season. However, it is also versatile for other times of the year, by substituting the ornament for another embellishment shape.

This tutorial uses the Stampin' Up! products listed below. If you are resident in Australia, I can assist you with the purchase of these items from my online store - go to my blog at and click on the Shop Online button.

- 'Delicate Ornaments' Thinlits dies -substitute these dies for other similar ornament dies or punches

- 'Softly Falling' embossing folder - substitute with another embossing folder or omit this step

- 'Classic Label Punch' - the retired Stampin' Up! 'Word Window' punch is also suitable or use a craft knife and ruler.

The Gift Card Holder is constructed from one sheet of A4 or Imperial Letter size card stock for an economical, as well as elegant way to present a gift card this holiday season. When fully closed, the gift card holder measures 10cm x 12.7cm (4" x 5") and fits into a standard C6 or equivalent Imperial sized envelope.


You may print a copy of this craft tutorial for yourself and you may use the instructions to make items for yourself, to give as gifts or to sell.

You may NOT resell or redistribute this tutorial in any form (paper or digital) or by any means (manual or electronic). This includes (but is not limited to) sharing this digital file by saving to digital media, through email, file sharing services or making it available to download.

All images including photos and charts are ©Judy May and may not be wholly or partially reused or redistributed. Please contact me if you wish to purchase a license to distribute this tutorial for purposes such as craft classes.

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