WeR Envelope Punch Board Gift Card Holder


Apr 2014 - 2 Show 254 Musubi Grad Card

WeR Envelope Punch Board Gift Card Holder
Creative Idea by Cheryl M.

As seen on the Joy of Crafting Show

1 qty. 4-1/4” x 11” Cardstock – Gift Card Holder Base
1 qty. 3-5/8” x 6-3/4” Cardstock – pull out
Stamped Images – colored and cut out, sentiment stamps
Embellishments – optional
Ribbon approx. 12” – 18” to tie around card
Meriken Double Stick Tape – 3/16” #30013283
Foam Circles #30103261

WeR Envelope Punch Board #30144425
Martha Stewart Crafts Score Board #30103578
Sharp Scissors
Paper Trimmer #30088131

NOTE: Pictured sample uses dandelion designs Musubi #30132600 and Graduation #30129643 Cling stamp sets

Place the 4-1/4” x 11” cardstock onto the scoreboard with the 11” edge along the top. Working left to right, score at 2”, 7-1/4” and 7-3/8”. Fold and crease well at the scored lines.

Place the right hand 4-1/4” end into the WeR Envelope Punch Board. Line up the left edge
to the 1” mark and punch. Flip the cardstock over, line up the edge to the 1” mark and punch. These create the notches to tuck in and close the gift card holder.

Fold over the left edge at the 2” scored line. Tie the ribbon around and make a bow to hold the flap down and form a pocket.

Place the 3-5/8” x 6-3/4” cardstock onto the scoreboard with the 6-3/4” edge along the top. Score at 1-3/4” and 6-1/4”.

At the 1-3/4” point, fold over and crease well. Tape the edges down, aligning the tape close to the edge to form the pocket for the gift card.

At the 6-1/4” point, fold under and crease well and place double stick tape along the folded under edge.

Place the inside pocket piece into the card base holder pocket and center. Tape the other edge to the inside flap of the holder at the 7-3/8” scored line. This will make the pocket slide out when the gift card holder is opened. Place the gift card inside the slide out pocket.

Optional: On the 1-3/4” section of the slide out pocket, you can stamp a sentiment or write a message, closer to the top edge, so it is seen when the pocket slides out.


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