Hat’s Off Bundle Gift Card Holder

Here’s a cute gift card holder that’s fast to make! I made a few of these for my booth at NW Creations & Collectibles in Gresham, Oregon, and you can make them too with our Hats Off Bundle of stamps and dies!


  • Holder: Start with an 7-1/2” x 3-1/4” piece of paper or cardstock (CS). I used Basic Gray CS and Smokey Slate CS. On the long side, score at the 3-3/4” mark. On the short side, score at the 3/8” and the 2-7/8” marks.
  • Fold in half along the first score line. Punch the open end with the slot from the Label Me Fancy Punch.
  • Unfold the piece. Use a paper trimmer or scissors to cut away the two skinny scored segments on one end of the piece (see diagram).
  • Fold the piece along all the score lines.
  • Put Tombow on the skinny tabs and bring together to form gift card holder.
  • Run the holder through the Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine with the Bark embossing folder.
  • Ribbon: Cut a 12” length of ribbon and feed it through both slots of the holder.
  • Push a gift card into the holder, thereby pushing a loop of ribbon into the holder with it.
  • Once the gift card is pushed in all the way, tie a knot at the opening. To remove the gift card just pull on the ribbon.
  • Decorate the cover as desired. I used the Hats Off Bundle. Hat is stamped in Misty Moonlight ink on coordinating CS, and label is stamped in Poppy Parade, Evening Evergreen & Pale Papaya inks.


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