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Tuesday, Cards - Scrapbook Blessings Club

Hi friends!  Carolyn  here for ScrapBook Blessings Club to share with you Tuesday's Cards another Gift Card Holder.

First, I have my tip of the day for you....Learning new techniques can be fun and educational as well.

Onto today's Gift Card Holders:

Here's what is used:
  • Serif CraftArtist 2 software
  • card stock from stash
  • Envelope Punch Board by We R Memory Keepers
  • design paper created from clipart located in CraftArtist2 library; and design paper inside card from SilhouetteAmerica Online Store
  • adhesive
  • trimmer
I started my project first with using the Triple Time Stamping (only my images are not stamped!) or can be referred to as Decoupaging or PaperTole Technique.  Using CraftArtist 2 software and a background image from the included library, I created the 3 layered decoupage design.  Save as png file and brought it into Silhouette Studio Designing edition, traced and print and cut.  The black mats I manually cut out by hand with a trimmer and (bad me) used scissors to remove the sticker backing from the printed image!


This is the inside of the gift card holder.  The fold on left side is punched with the Envelope Punch Board which is a handy punch to have.  Once I finished punching, I place adhesive (2-sided) tape on each end and glued down.  This gives me a pocket to insert the gift card into.

The design paper on right part is from my library in the Silhouette Studio Design Edition just happen to match the paper from CraftArtist2 library.  I used a Stampin! Up stamp set, Happy Birthday Wishes for the sentiment.

And it's ready to mail to my granddaughter for her 23rd birthday!!

Here is the video on the Gift Card Holder:

I hope your enjoyed today's card project. If you have a question, please leave it in the comments, and a DT member will get back to you.  You can visit me to see more card/project ideas at Granny Ma's Creative Blog. Also, you can join up to our Facebook group: Scrapbook Blessings Club for more fun, games, inspiration, tips and techniques.  

And as always, comments are appreciated. Thank you for stopping by and Have a blessed day!

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



  1. Your gift card is so pretty, Carolyn. I love the roses. I'll be trying one of these for an up coming birthday, but I'll use stamps I think seeing I'm not as computer knowledgeable as you are. :) Thanks for sharing.


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