Gift Card Sleeve Using Fruit Stand DSP

If you’re in a hurry and want to dress up a gift card, this is your project.  This Gift Card Sleeve can be made using a piece of Designer Series Paper, as I have, or cardstock.

For the insert I used the Scalloped Tag Topper punch.  My gift card was just a bit bigger than the insert but it fits well inside the sleeve.  In my picture, the gift card looks crooked but that was my fault.  I only used one glue dot on the back because I was using that card for multiple photos of products so you can very definitely secure it well with several glue dots!  I used four lengths of Linen Thread and threaded them through the top of the insert.  I wanted it to have some fullness and another option would be to then separate each of the strands for an even fuller look.  The sentiment I used will be in a new stamp set available on June 1st called Happy Birthday Gorgeous.  

Measurements  

Designer Series Paper  (sleeve):  5-3/4″ x 4-1/4″  score at 1-1/2″ and 3-3/4″

Edited:  Apply Tear and Tape as shown in the photo below.   Fold to create the sleeve.

Whisper White (insert):  4-3/4″ x 1-7/8″    (insert one end into the Scalloped Tag Topper punch)

Below you’ll find the supplies I used.  The Fruit Stand Designer Series Paper is on the retired list and only available while supplies last.   To place an order, click any of the pictures.

Glue Dots

$5.25

Monday, May 22nd, is the last day to order a retiring stamp set and be assured that you’ll receive it.  After that date, each stamp set is available while supplies last or May 31st.

2 Responses to “Gift Card Sleeve Using Fruit Stand DSP”

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  1. Cheryl Goetsch says:

    Berry cute card Tracy clean and simple. Missing you up here but loving your posts
    Cheryl

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