Hello! Welcome back to the Artisan Wednesday Wow Blog hop! Today we are featuring our third project from the October box . For this week’s project, I used the Envelope Punch Board to recreate an old project I made a long time ago.
Many moons ago, I used the Scalloped Envelop Die to create this Gift Card Wallet. It was so fun to make and I was very disappointed when I saw the die on the retired list. But, now that the Envelope Punch Board its out, I am thrilled! once again, this fun project is possible!
I adore the Envelope Punch Board. It makes creating envelopes of any size so simple! I used the DSp from Sweater Weather as well as a few Doilies and Natural Buttons to make these little gift card pockets.
These are great for gift cards, notecards or even small candy packages!
The left side is for writing your note to the recepient. I decorated it with the stamps from Truly Grateful and the Thankful Expression Framelit.
For the front, I pulled out the Early Espresso Core’dinations Cardstock. I love this stuff! i cut it with the Apothecary Accents Framelit and Embossed it with Stylish Stripes Embossing FOlder. A little Burlap Ribbon and a few Naturals Buttons tied together with linen Twine and this gift is ready to go!
Thanks for stopping by again and now your off to my good friend Jane Lee! I can’t wait to see her project this week! Leave her and the rest of the design team some love!
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6 thoughts on “Artisan Wednesday Wow- Gift Card Wallet”
Erica, this is adorable. I love how you updated your project. The doilies on the envelopes are the perfect touch!
Oh, I just love this! Love the colors, love the idea and the revamp! Perfect!
Ah I just love those little envelopes! I must case!
What a COOL gift!!! Love this idea!!!
What a fun project – I love your creative perspective.
Such a niffty idea! I love your revamped project!
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