Friday, December 3, 2010

Sizzix Triple Play Blog Hop Week 5: Christmas Gift Card

Hi everyone!
Here's the project for this week's Sizzix Triple Play Blog Hop - a Christmas Gift Card. The die cut we are working with this week is from Karen Burniston. It is a pop-up gift card holder with a "for you" phrase on it, and, for me, it is the perfect item for this time of year. My family gives each other a lot of gift cards for Christmas, so I really need fifteen or twenty of these! Maybe Santa will bring me a Sizzix Big Shot Pro die cutting machine for Christmas! I've been good!
To create this card, I used a card, cardstock and chipboard embellishments from Die Cuts With a View. These are last year's Holiday Collection that I purchased intending to make homemade cards last year. Right!
I love the color combinations on the cards and cardstock and found one pattern that matched the gray color of my die cut. Other than the tape to hold the card together and a piece of ribbon, I used a Gelly Roll Stardust Clear glitter pen (a gift from the Sakura folks) to add a little sparkle to the edges of the cardstock. Since I don't have a Sizzix die cutting machine, I traced and cut out the red frame and other colored cardstock for the inside of the card. I don't regularly work with cards and scrapbooking materials, but I found this pop-up assembly easy and fun to do. You can find the instructions here.
Here's the finished card:
This nifty pop-up makes giving a gift card fun for the giver and the receiver! I can see more card-making in my future!
Happy crafting and Happy Hopping along the blog trail!


  1. Terry, I love the clean classic feel to this card. Mirroring the label shape for the greeting section is a stroke of genius! I love the gift card you used, too - it really becomes part of the design! Thank you for using my die!

  2. This is such a sweet card. I love the inside of it and that you used the same shape.