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We Must Celebrate Gift Box Gift Card Holder!

Project 21 (1)

Hi Stampers!

I’m super excited about today’s project! One, because it’s so freaking cute, and two, because I get to demonstrate it for you later on Facebook LIVE!! I used an acetate card box (a carryover item from the Holiday Catalog) and created this super cute gift card holder, which doubles as a card from you, or everyone in your group! (YAY!)

If you don’t like the box idea, you can easily adapt this design to a card front, and use it with or without adding a gift card! Here’s a pic of the card that inspired the box:

Project 21 (3)

The first two layers on the box are the same as the card front, but the third layer (the one with the stamped images) might change depending on whether or not you want to add extra words! Here are the measurements for these two samples:

Box layers (from the bottom up):
Lemon Lime Twist (you will need two pieces) = 5.5in x 4.25in
Iridescent Glimmer Paper = 5.25in x 4in
Shimmery Whisper White = 4.25in x 3.5in

Card layers (from the bottom up):
Lemon Lime Twist (card base; cut one and score at 4.25in) = 8.5in x 5.5in
Iridescent Glimmer Paper = 5.25in x 4in
Shimmery Whisper White = 4.25in x 3.25in

As you can see, the Shimmery Whisper White piece is larger on the box to accommodate the extra phrase, “From All Of Us!”

Watch me make this box at 3PM, Eastern, on Facebook LIVE, or come back here later to watch the video! (I will also load the video to my YouTube Channel after the live broadcast!)

Below are all of the supplies (except the pencil) I used to make this project, and you can find everything in my Stampin’ Up! store!

Happy Stampin’! 🙂

Price: $110.00

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