Friday, December 21, 2012

Coffee gift card holder


Hi everyone.  Sharing a quick project I made to hold a Starbuck's gift card.  I used one of the newest digi stamps from Lisa's Doodley Doos, called Java Minute.

I sized the digi coffee cup so that it was large enough to hold the gift card in the back.  I printed it off five times (twice with the Christmas patterned paper (for both the front and back of the coffee cup; and three times in white (full image for the base and partial images for the lid (for the back) and an extra piece for the rim of the lid to add depth (it's popped up on dimensionals).  Then I just cut out the various pieces and layered them.  I printed off the sentiment on my computer onto Crumb Cake cardstock and cut the strip to 1 1/2" wide.  I folded it around the cup, securing it at the back (and adding a little ledge at the bottom of the back to hold the gift card in place so it wouldn't slip through).  Then I just decorated it with some twine, jingle bells and holly.



Stamps:  Java Minute (Lisa's Doodley Doos - Clear Dollar Stamps); sentiment is computer generated
Paper:  White (C.C. Designs); Be of Good Cheer DP, Crumb Cake, Gumball Green, Cherry Cobbler (SU!)
Ink:  Gumball Green
Accessories & Tools:  Big Shot, Holly & Berry die (C.C. Designs), sponge, white gel pen, Peapod and Marschino twine (The Twinery), jingle bells ($1 store)



Such a great way to give a coffee gift card.  I even left the gift card from Starbucks in the original envelope (which looks like a present).  Here's a view of the back ...




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I'm not sure if I will be posting many more times before Christmas, so thought I would take this opportunity to thank everyone that has joined or subscribed to my blog, fellow DT members, and all that have take time to leave me wonderful messages of support and encouragement - so appreciated!  Wishing you and your families, a wonderful holiday season!!



6 comments:

  1. What a great gift card holder! Such a treat to get beautiful packaging along with a gift card. Great colors and DSP, and I love the twine and jingle bells!

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  2. Brilliant idea Loll - another stunning project from you. Just wanted to say a huge thank you for all the wonderful inspiration you give and to wish you and your family a very Happy Christmas and a peaceful New Year.

    Karen x

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  3. great idea Loll. And thanks for all the tips and hints. I'm really enjoying the mail I get in by inbox from you. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

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  4. A lovely idea for a gift card Loll, love those little bells...

    Anne

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  5. Merry Christmas Loll and I hope you and your family have a wonderful time. Thank you so much for all you share. I have enjoyed your blog tremendously!

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  6. What a fantastic way to give a coffee gift card! What kind of printer do you have that prints on all that paper and cardstock? You sure can work wonders with paper!

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