Welcome to our West Coast Creators team blog hop! This month’s theme is anything fall…speaking of which, where did the summer go and is it really over? We now get to look forward to crisp weather and changing colour of leaves, which is such a beautiful time!
This post features a wonderful project, using the Lots to Celebrate (#154034) stamp set by Stampin’ Up. This design is inspired by Rhonda Wade’s gift card holder, from the recent Holiday 2020 Creative Convention.
This gift card is super cute and cleverly uses a matching Whisper White note card and envelope (#131527) to create the gift card pocket. Cinnamon Cider (#153078) and Pretty Peacock (#150880) card stock make up the card base and mat. The fun paper is from the Plaid Tidings (#153527) 6×6 DSP package . The stamp set featured is the Lots to Celebrate stamp set, where the jars, leaves and sentiment are stamped from. The jar was also punched out using the Jar Punch (#152703) to give the card, extra pop!
Copper Metallic Ribbon (#153553) was tied up into a bow and finished off with a cute little Acorn Trinket (#153552). A few stars were added from the All The Trimmings Embellishment (#153540) pack.
See how the note card was scored and folded to make the inside gift card pocket? What a great way to use the note card in a different way! A smaller piece of the Plaid Tidings DSP was used to decorate the inside of the card, as well as the envelope.
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