Wendy Vecchi Gift Card Holder by Joy Baldwin
Wendy Vecchi Gift Card Holder by Joy Baldwin

Wendy Vecchi Gift Card Holder by Joy Baldwin

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Cards | Tim Holtz® Distress | Wendy Vecchi MAKE ART

Joy Baldwin shows you how to make this adorable gift card holder using Wendy Vecchi's Stamp, Die and Stencil "Let's Shop" set in this quick and easy tutorial. This is the perfect solution when you need a gift in a pinch.

Instructions 

 

Gift cards seem to be a great gift for anyone these days, so I made a cute gift card holder using Wendy Vecchi’s, Let’s Shop Stamp, Die and Stencil combo. I hope you enjoy this project, let’s get started. 

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Step 1: Stamp the bag image from Let’s Shop with Jet Black Ink onto Perfect Cardstock. Use the stencil from Let’s Shop Set and stencil polka dots using Cracked Pistachio Ink. Then use the coordinating bag die and cut out both images (this will be the front and back of the bag). 

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Step 2: Ink up some Perfect Cardstock with Cracked Pistachio and Candied Apple Ink. Stamp the flowers and leaves from Flowers Say It All with Jet Black Ink and use the coordinating dies to cut out the images. 

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Step 3: Fold the flaps on the bag and glue them with Multi Medium Matte Glue. Stamp the image from Let’s Shop with Grey Tinted Embossing Ink and sprinkle that with Gold Embossing Powder. Heat that until the powder melts. 

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Step 4: Glue the front and back of the bag together with Multi Medium Matte Glue. Adhere the flower and leaves with Foam Adhesive and Multi Medium Matte Glue. Add dot details to the flower and leaves using a White Opaque Pen and finish with some Carnation Red Liquid Pearls. 

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Step 5: Slide a gift card into the bag and now it is ready to send off to your recipient. 


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