Christmas is almost upon us and the May Arts Ribbonistas have been busy little elves. We've got some fun and creative Christmas card ideas for you.
I'm first up on the list! Gift cards make gift giving easy but not always attractive or very personal so I love to create gift card holders that say, "you're special"!
I've created a gift card holder that can fit in a regular A2 envelope for easy gifting.
These only take minutes to create and there's plenty of room inside for a personal note or message.
Here are the details in case you'd like to make your own.
Cut cardstock - 9 1/4" x 5 1/2" (if desired, cut designer paper the same size to cover the entire exterior.)
Score at 3 1/4". & 7 1/4"
Crease sharply. The 2" end will be the pocket (7 1/4" score)
Seal the edges with Scrapbook Adhesives Crafty Power Tape
Embellish as desired!
That's it! I used Scrapbook Adhesive Crafty Power Tape to seal the ends of my pocket. and to attach the May Arts 5/8" Eyelet Ribbon to the edge of the card between the cardstock and the designer paper. I added another strip of Crafty Power Tape to the outside edge of the card and then just hand ruffled that sweet May Arts 1/2" Crochet Cotton Ribbon to the front edge of the card.
Now you know the Ribbon Lady loves to give presents so leave a comment at EACH blog for a chance to win 3 Full Spools of Ribbon...your choice from May Arts Christmas category! Now that's some serious Ho,Ho,Ho!
Your next stop will be Ribbonista Courtney Lee. The full list follows:
|Charlene Driggs (me!)|
|Gini Williams Cagle|
Cardstock - Neenah 110 lb. Solar White
Designer Paper - DCWV Christmas & Winter Value Pack
Ribbon - May Arts 5/8" Eyelet, 1/2" Crochet Cotton
Other - Scrapbook Adhesives; Glitter Snowflakes - Martha Stewart; Stamps - Papertrey Ink; Scor-Pal