Monday Montage - Festive Flurry Gift Card Holder

Can you believe it's Monday already!?!? At least this Monday is a Monday Montage Blog Hop Day! As I always say, these ladies are amazing and be sure to follow the hop through to see all of their work. For this week, I have a Christmas gift card holder to share with you.

This gift card holder is made by scoring a 4-1/4"x11" piece of Smoky Slate card stock at 3-1/2", 5-1/2", and 7-1/2" (there is Sticky Strip just at the bottom of the holder part, see picture below). I embossed the largest snowflake with Iridescent Ice on the base of the holder. I just love the sparkle that Iridescent Ice creates! The band of Winter Frost Specialty Designer Series Paper is 1"x8" and is loosely wrapped around so it can easy slide off. 

The sentiment is from the Merry Little Christmas stamp set. I stamped the "Merry" and embossed it in Silver Embossing Powder on a scrap piece of cardstock and then cut it. This helps to create a nice focal point.

I cut the slot for a gift card with the Square Framelit Dies. I used the second biggest square (not including the scalloped one) and then used my Paper Snips to make it a tad bigger. This was a super easy and quick way to cut the opening! I finished the inside off with another piece of the designer series paper and a sentiment from the Christmas Tagables Photopolymer stamp set. The sentiments in this set are really fun (especially the one about handmade gifts)!

Stampin Supplies:
  • Festive Flurry, Merry Little Christmas, and Christmas Tagables Stamp Sets
  • Island Indigo Classic Stampin' Pad
  • Versa Mark
  • Smoky Slate, Island Indigo, and Whisper White CS
  • Winter Frost Specialty DSP
  • Irridecent Ice and Silver Embossing Powders w/ Embossing Buddy and Heat Tool
  • 1/8" Silver Ribbon
  • Basic Rhinestones
  • Square Collection Framelits Dies w/ Big Shot
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  1. love, love this Kaitlyn :) I will be casing this project for sure!

  2. Oh, Kaitlyn! I love how you've used that snowflake as a background. And what a clever gift card holder.


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