Stand Up Pocket Gift Card Holder


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1 qty. 4 1/2” x 12” Solid Cardstock
1 qty. 2 3/4” x 4 1/4” Printed Cardstock for front
1 qty. 2” x 2” Solid Cardstock for front closure
1 qty. 2” x 2” Printed Cardstock for closure layer – coordinating print
1 qty. 4 1/2” x 1” Printed Cardstock for inside strip – coordinating print
1 qty. 4 1/2” x 1/2” Printed Cardstock for inside strip layer – coordinating print
Meriken 1/4” Double Sided Tape #30013284
Foam Pop Up Dot #30008288
Martha Stewart Crafts Score Board #30103578
Paper Trimmer #30088131
We R Envelope Punch Board #30144425
Corner Rounder #30100132
1” Circle Punch #30028719
3/4” Circle Punch #30028718
Sharp Scissors

Lay the 4 1/2” x 12” cardstock on the MSC Score Board with the 12” edge along the top. Score at the following points: 3”, 5 1/2”, 8” and 11”. Crease at scored lines.

Fold over at the 5 1/2” line. With the double thickness of sections B & C, place the folded edge onto the WeR Envelope Punch. Line up the left edge at the 3 1/2” mark and punch. Flip the cardstock over and repeat.

Place the folded edge onto the paper trimmer and line up the wire between the two cuts. Cut straight across to remove the middle section, creating an opening. This will be where the gift card will slip in and out of.

Tape sections B & C together, taping the three remaining sides; tape close to the edge to create the gift card pocket.
(Fig. 2)

Line up the 1” strip along the bottom of section B and tape down. Center the 1/2” strip on top of this strip and tape down.

Round the corners on the 1” section E.
On the outside of section A, center and tape down the 2 3/4” x 4 1/4” printed paper.

Fold gift card holder closed with Flap E folding over A.

Punch out a 1” circle and 3/4” circle from coordinating cardstocks. Center and tape the smaller circle onto the 1” circle. Take the layered circle and place on section A but half over flap E. Attach with a Pop Up Foam dot for the closure.

Open up and slip gift card into the pocket. Close by slipping flap under the edge of the 1” circle.

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