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Challenge #6 Twisted Gift Card Holder

Hi everyone! Today is the 3rd Sunday of the month and time for another video tutorial, but first lets see who is our winner from the Sunburst challenge and the design teams top 3 picks!!!

The prize for this challenge comes from by
They are giving away a free seat to any one online class.
RANDOM PICK WINNER IS
Joddie Samuelson 
(from our Facebook Group)

And now for the
TOP 3 DT PICKS 
               #7 Anu                      #15 Stephanie W           #16 Tracy MacDonald  
                       
Our Top #3 picks will be put in the drawing for a prize at the end of the quarter (Dec) and are invited to be Guest Design Team Members here on the SBC Blog.
Please grab your badges on the winner page found at the top of the Blog!
Congrats to you all!!!
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 Challenge #6 is sponsored by 7 Kids College Fund 
They are giving away a $20.00 Gift Certificate to their store! 
7 KIDS COLLEGE FUND sells the best cardmaking and scrapbooking supplies available. The goal of 7 KIDS is to spark and encourage creativity in our customers by bringing them the most innovative, as well as tried-and-true crafting products at the best possible price with fast shipping and excellent customer service. We hope you will find our store and products exciting and of exceptional value. Customer satisfaction is our #1 priority!

Okay! So are you ready for our next challenge?  We are going to be doing a Twisted Gift Card Holder. This tutorial by Dawn Griffin shows us how to make a fast, cute holder in less that 5 mins!  How's that for fast?!?!?  So take a look at this video and then head over to your craft area. can't wait to see your cards!!!


What do you think?  I am going to be making a bunch of these for Christmas time!!! But in the meantime, here are the awesome Gift Card Holders that the SBC design team made to inspire you!


Cristina VintagePink39
Tip: When adding a gift card to the front you can use Zots (clear adhesive dots) to hold the card in place.

Carolyn - Granny Ma's Creations
 
Tip: when embossing, make sure you use your static-free 'pillow' to rub across card stock.  It does work to keep the embossing powder from sticking where it doesn't belong!

Cindy- In love with PAPER
TiP:  Glue down the front pocket to make it easier to embellish if you're not using it to hold the gift card.

Lynne aka Her Craftiness
Tip: as a sewing and quilter, measure twice and cut once

Sandy- A Working Mom's Joy
Tip: Use double sided paper. They usually coordinate and that way you can save time on layering when you have to make a bunch for the holidays.

Jennyfer - Jennyfer Creates
Tip: Do not hesitate to add a sentiment!

Marilyn - Marilyn's Cricut Crafts
Tip:  Put YouTube videos in your crafting tool box.
They are a great source of information and inspiration.

Teresa-Fresh and Renewed


Tip: You never know when you might need two of something: 
create a second of quick and simple projects.

Now its your turn! Join us for the Tutorial Challenge #6. First, watch the video, then create your own version of the card shown in the tutorial (please try to keep it within the same lines, but your creative spin is what will set it apart!). Next, link it up! You will be entered to win the challenge prize. If you don't have a blog, you can still submit your cards in our SBC Facebook Group Album


We do have some rules for our challenges to make them fair so please view them at top by clicking the challenge rules/ winners tab.  You can link up your cards below...

Hope you have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by,
 

Comments

  1. Thank you so much for the Top 3 pick! Congrats to everyone! :-)

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  2. Winner and Top 3, don't forget to grab you badge from the Winners page found at the top of the blog! Congrats again.

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  3. Congratulations to the winners. Your cards are all so lovely.

    Smiles Sher

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  4. This is fabulous. Great creations by the DT. My mojo has been missing and this gave me the little push I needed. TFS

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  5. Thanks for choosing me as a Top 3. How exciting!!

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  6. Thank you for choosing my card for the Top 3. And now I will get down to creating the next card based on ur tutorial :)

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  7. Gift card holders are a wonderful way of presenting a gift card and video you shared is good, did get good information.
    card holders
    http://www.millsdisplay.com.au/single-sided-card-holder-p-1314.html

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  8. Gift card holders are a wonderful way of presenting a gift card and video you shared is good, did get good information.
    card holders
    http://www.millsdisplay.com.au/single-sided-card-holder-p-1314.html

    ReplyDelete

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