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MyGraficO Customer Blog Hop - gift card holder




I decided to make a gift card holder using the snowlady image from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff Warm Winter digital stamp set. I love the snow couple from this set. Take a look at my previous post HERE to see how cute they look together.

The inside includes a pocket to hold the gift card and a white section on which I plan to add a personal note to the recipient.




If you just jumped into the blog hop, a complete list of participants can be found HERE on MyGrafico.

If you would like to see some additional Holiday packaging ideas using this cute set, please check back on Monday. Lindsay (of Lindsay's Stamp Stuff) challenged her DT to create some Holiday packaging and I have two additional projects in mind.
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The Lindsay's Stamp Stuff store on MyGraficO has a sale through 12-23. Buy 2 digital stamp sets and you can pick one for free. Please enter the name of the free set in the comments section during check out. (This is only for the Lindsay's Stamp Stuff store on MyGraficO. Other stores may have other promotions.)
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If you are looking to join a group of sister blogging stampers for inspiration and support, check out the Sisterhood of the Blogging Stampers (SBS #29). You can find more information HERE.
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I hope you enjoyed my post and I am off to visit the rest of the hop members!
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Supplies:
Warm Winter from Lindsay Stamp Stuff
Kraft cardstock by Papertrey
My Mind's Eye Signature Christmas designer paper
Spellbinders Nestabilities
Stampin' Up Close to Cocoa
Lace
Snowflake (distressed with StazOn Timber Brown)
Prismacolor Pencils & OMS
Sentiment from Papertrey

Comments

Lindsay Weirich said…
Fabulous! i live the little gift card holder!
Rhonda said…
Cheryl I LOVE your gift card holder. It is gorgeous.
Karin said…
Great job! I am so sorry I missed this opprotunity to participate in the custome hop! You did a fantastic job.
Martha said…
such a great idea, love it
Terri said…
What a cute snowman. Nice job!
Elizabeth said…
Very sweet - love the lace.
Bogner's said…
What a fun gift card! I love the image you used and all those layers are great!
Sew-Ink said…
Very cute gift card! I love the idea!
Love your gift card holder, and your snowman is too cute. :-)
What a perfect little gift card holder! Love the snowman!!
Maria
beautiful little holder!!!
Elena said…
Gorgeous gift card holder! Love this cute snowman!
MiamiKel said…
Terrific Gift Card holder!
Tracey said…
Hi Cheryl
This is a gorgeous gift card holder :) I'm looking forward to getting to know you through SBS 29.

Hugs
Tracey
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