And this is the last of my festive creations for this year. I hope that everyone has had a pleasant Christmas and I promise I will catch up with everyone’s blogs and comments — December has had more than its fair share of stresses this year, so I’ve been truly grateful for this few peaceful days and some time spent with friends.
Apparently the youngest nephew didn’t want presents this year; instead, he was collecting cash for something computery, so I needed to put together a quick gift card for him.
Whenever I have leftover bits of card and patterned paper, if they are too narrow to really be useful I trim them into strips and store them in a ziploc bag. Earlier this year I sat down and turned some of them into panels.
Conveniently, one of them was suitably Christmassy so I trimmed it down to size and glued it flat onto a small square card base. I was going to stick the die-cut sentiment directly over the top, but it got a bit lost against the stripes so I added a strip of vellum underneath it.
I used a strip of the leftover panel to hold the cash — which we all know is the only important part for a thirteen-year-old boy — in place inside the card.
Tonic – wave merry Christmas
- embossing folder:
Darice – circle in circle
- paper and card:
scrap of gold card
Anita’s white vellum
strips of card and patterned paper
Hunkydory Adorable Scorable – cotton white
3 thoughts on “Stripy gift card”
Oh I always say I am going to use those scraps but never seem to get atound to it! This is a great card!
What a great idea for using up scraps! I will be totally doing this with some of my millions of scraps. Awesome!