The Cutest Christmas Gift Card Holders EVER!

Ok you guys, these are THE CUTEST gift card holders, ever!

The rectangle tins (153519) are from the holiday mini catalogue on page 55. I dressed them up with designer series paper (DSP) rounding the corners with a punch. The snow man is from the Snowman Season stamp set (150458) punched out with the coordinating Snowman Builder Punch (150643). The felt accessories are from last year (sorry guys). Slapped a sentiment at the bottom using the Banners Pick a Punch (153608)

The rectangle tins (153519) are from the holiday mini catalogue on page 55. I dressed them up with the returning favourite Feels Like Frost (150444) designer series paper (DSP) rounding the corners with a punch. The tree is from the Perfectly Plaid stamp set (149418) stamped in Shaded Spruce ink then punched out with the coordinating Pine Tree punch (149521). The sprigs are from retired mercury acetate paper die cut using the Beautiful Boughs dies (150661). The star on the tree is from All the Trimmings Embellishments (153540). The added bling is from the Blue Adhesive-Backed Gems (153547)

The rectangle tins (153519) are from the holiday mini catalogue on page 55. I dressed them up with designer series paper (DSP) from the Most Wonderful Time Medley Kit rounding the corners with a punch. The mug is from a retired set from last year decorated with retired accessories. I add dimension to the top of the mug using retired Snowfall Accents Puffy Paint. The red scarf was made with Real Red Braided Linen Trim (153546). The fun Glitter Star Ornament (153543) was attached using a glue dot.

Celebrate The Season

I started using Smokey Slate as the card base. I layered it with a peek of Whisper White behind Night of Navy. Feels Like Frost DSP (150444) was die cut using the Stitched Rectangles (151820) & layered with more Whisper White cardstock. A thin strip (1 x 5) of Smokey Slate was stamped with a stamp from the retired Happy Scenes in Smokey Slate ink. Then, popped up using dimensionals. I added a little bling using the trusty old faithful Basic Rhinestones (1442200.

Joy to the World

I started by using Night of Navy as the card base. I layered it with Silver Foil Sheet (132178) & Feels Like Frost DSP (150444). The “joy” was die cut using the Joy dies (153530). I stamped the “to the world” from the coordinating Peace & Joy stamp set (153430) using Night of Navy ink then fussy cut the sentiment. I popped the “joy” up on dimensionals. I added a little bling using Snowflake Sequins (150443).

Peace on Earth

I was so excited to see Feels Like Frost DSP (150444) return in the mini catalogue!

I started using Rococo Rose as the card base. I layered it with Brushed Metallic cardstock (153524) & Feels Like Frost DSP (150444). The “peace” was die cut using the Joy dies (153530). I stamped the “on earth” from the coordinating Peace & Joy stamp set (153430) using Rococo Rose ink then fussy cut the sentiment. I popped the “peace” up on dimensionals. I added a little bling using champagne rhinestones (151193)

Another Big Deal Card

The Whale of a Time Suite is so fun to work with! This time I added in the amazing Seabed EF.

I stamped the whale in Pretty Peacock using the Whale Done stamp set (152470) then punched it out using the coordinating Whale Builder punch (152699). The sentiment was inked in Granny Apple Green from the Whale Done stamp set then die cut using the Stitched Rectangle dies (151820) & framed with Granny Apple Green cardstock. The whale was attached using dimensionals. The sentiment was adhered to Whale of a Time DSP die cut using the Stitched Rectagle dies then framed with more Granny Apple Green cardstock. The background Pretty Peacock cardstock was embossed using the Seabed 3D EF (152700). I added a subtle bling by using a few of the Frosted & Clear Epoxy Droplets (147801). The envelope was dressed up by inking up a stamp from the Whale Done stamp set in Granny Apple Green.