All posts tagged: nestabilities

Gift Card Purse Tutorial

Here it is for all of you who asked…thanks so much for all the lovely comments I received on these gift card holders!! You are the best!!! Materials: Card stock (sturdy for base)  8.5″ x 4.5″ Card stock (inside holder) 4.25″ X 4.25″ Decorative paper  4.5″ x 4.5″ Labels One Die cut Nestabilities Largest, and second largest (Or similar die cuts) Classic Scallop Circles Nestabilities die or any 3.5″  diameter scallop circle Slot punch ribbon two eyelets one adhesive foam dot bead or button, or a jewelry finding DIRECTIONS: 1. Fold base Card stock in half and use the largest Labels One nestabilities die or similar shape to cut out the purse body.  Make sure to place the die cutting edge just above the fold so not to cut this part. Only the sides and botttom should be shaped and the top fold is untouched after cutting. 2. Cut out another Labels One  shape in the same size as the base from the single sheet of decorative paper. Adhere to purse front. 3.Cut out another …

Every Purse Needs a Gift Card in it!

I made these GIFT CARD HOLDERS months ago and I guess they just never  made it to my blog.  I was so sure I had posted them that I just spent 15 minutes looking back through my posts only NOT to find it! lol.  I guess I thought about posting them and then never did! Yikes, I must be losing it!! Anyway, today’s SCS Limited Supplies challenge was to make a gift card holder (any kind) and it had to have a butterfly and something chocolate on it…so I thought of these and made another one for the challenge. Isn’t a purse  the perfect way to present a GIFT CARD?  I’ve added an insert to hold it securely (slots and a sticky foam dot). The first is the one I made for today’s challenge. Papers: jenni bowlin studio, Basic Grey dp, very vanilla cs, chocolate cs Accessories: cuttlebug, classic scalloped circles, Labels One nestabilities, Chocolate chip ribbon, misc. hardware Have a wonderful weekend everyone!   Thanks so much for stopping by!