Mr. Twigster Gift Card Holder/Card.

Friday, December 19, 2008

Well the weather outside is Frightful that’s for sure!? No school here for the kids today, they were so excited to start their vacation a day early.

Sorry about the late post my computer died yesterday and I had to wait until my son returned home from work to fix it.? He was up very late working on it, and I know this because there is a sticky note stuck to the monitor Bill $500. LOL? Anyway, today’s post is a gift card holder plus it’s a regular full size card.

Mr. Twigster Gift Card Holder/card
Mr. Twigster Gift Card Holder/card

Gift Card Holder/Card


  1. Fold the Bashful Blue Card stock in ? creating your card.
  2. Attach the Designer Series paper to the bottom ? of your card front.
  3. Attach the Chocolate Chip Strip to the top of the designer series paper on your card front and secure down with gold brads at each end.
  4. Take the 4 ?? X 5 ?? piece of Designer Series paper and score the right side at ?? fold over and attach Sticky strip to the folded over part.?
  5. Remove the red liner from the sticky strip and seal it down to the left side of the designer series paper you should now have what looks like a tube.? Flatten this down.
  6. Punch a ? of a ?? circle thru the top of the tube.
  7. Punch a rectangle just down from the half of a circle.
  8. Thread the Chocolate Chip Grosgrain ribbon down the rectangle punched slit inside the tube and back up thru the rectangle punched slit.? Insert Gift card and tie a bow at the top and now when you pull the bow up the gift card will come up with it.
  9. Attach the Designer series piece to the Chocolate Chip piece and attach to your card front.
  10. Stamp Mr. Twigster onto Whisper White card stock using Stazon ink and color in with markers.
  11. Attach Mr. Twigster to the Bashful Blue card stock and attach to your gift card holder.
Pull up on the ribbon to reveal the gift card.
Pull up on the ribbon to reveal the gift card.

One thought on “Mr. Twigster Gift Card Holder/Card.

  1. Cheryl says:

    The weather is very frightful so I stayed home from work and am now getting myself organized to work on my Christmas cards!!!

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