This DIY card tutorial teaches you how to put a gift card pocket in your design! This handmade card is perfect for many occasions.
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Supplies You Will Need:
- Sentiment Stamp Set
- Spectrum Noir White Cardstock
- Palette Knife
- Dreamweaver White Embossing Paste
- Distress Crayons Set 1: Peacock Blue, Picked Raspberry, Mustard Seed
- Heidi Swapp Stencil Square Lattice
- VersaMark Watermark Ink
- Ranger Gold Embossing Powder
- Therm O Web XL Tape Runner
- Washi Tape or Repositional Tape
- Lawn Fawn Cross Stitch Border Dies
Die cut a rectangle from a piece of white cardstock.
Stamp the sentiment in VersaMark watermark ink and cover with gold embossing powder. Activate with a heat gun.
Place a stencil over a panel trimmed to 4 x 5.25. Secure it down with washi tape so it does not move
Using a palette knife, add some embossing paste to the panel. Don't cover the entire panel; just add the paste in the center, top and bottom. Stray away from the sides.
Peel back the stencil and clean it immediately with water. Allow the paste on the panel to dry at least one hour. Then, color a small area with Distress Crayons.
Use your finger to blend the color!
Add additional colors and use your finger to blend. Get messy! It comes off with soap and water, so don't sweat it. The Distress Crayons blend easily together.
Adhere the left and right edges of the stamped rectangle onto the front of the card with strong adhesive. Make sure you leave enough space to slide a gift card through. Or, if you prefer, leave less space and add cash in place of a gift card!
Adhere the front panel to the card base (base is 4.25 x 11, scored at 5.5 inches) to complete the card.
This is such an easy and unconventional way to gift a gift card or cash!
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