Fancy Favor Gift Card Holder For Dad

Friday, June 8, 2012

Yesterday I showed you the Gifts for Dad class I held this past week using different dies and the Big Shot. Here was the whole ensemble:

I told you I would have a video today on how to create the Gift Card Holder using the Fancy Favor Die. Well time got away from me so I didn’t get time to make the video but I did take pictures and here is a step by step tutorial.

Step 1 Cut your card stock or DSP 6″ X 12″ and run it thru the Big Shot using the Fancy Favor Die.
Step 2 Cut the scallop edge off the top of the Fancy Favor die as shown here:

Step 3 Cut off all the pieces as shown with an X:

(To cut off the section on the left hand side line up the score line at the 1/2″ mark on your cutter on all sides)

Step 4 These are the remaining pieces that you will use to create your gift card holder. Apply sticky strip to the little tabs of the one piece as shown:

Step 5 Before attaching your back piece to the front piece(the piece with the sticky strip) you will attach the collar. The collar is cut out of DSP 1″ X 5 1/4″.

Step 6 Fold the collar piece in like this:

Step 7 Free hand cut a tie shape like this:

Step 8 Insert the tie into the collar and lay the tie and collar over the top of your gift card front and attach them all together using a paper piercer and brads as shown here:

Step 9 Remove all the Sticky strip and apply the back piece:

Step 10 Using the Two Tags Die cut out a coordinating larger tag and trim off 1/2″ off the bottom so your tag will fit inside your gift card holder.

Note: In the class we added the DSP stripe to the front of our gift card holder before we added the tie.

Today is the last day to take advantage of my FREE Double “D” Bow Maker offer. To get your FREE Double “D” Bow Maker all you need to do is purchase both of my ribbon shares in the post HERE.

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