Wednesday, December 9, 2020

Dare 2B Artzy Gift Card Holder

Hi friends! Well it's getting down to the wire and my Christmas cards are finished, but I did need a couple of gift card holders. I have a new set I picked up during the Mega Meet Online in July and haven't had a chance to use it. I am playing along with Dare 2B Artzy Challenge "Holiday Fun" and NBUS December challenge, too! 

This Gift Card Holder Die from Dare 2B Artzy is pretty nifty. It has an opening that you can slip your gift card into, or you can make an envelope as I did in my second picture. It's really easy to put together and even has the scroll work that you see on mailboxes and a moveable flag (if you use it with a brad). I have many brads from 100 years ago in my stash, so I was happy to use one.

Here is a second card I made with this fun die set:
I had picked up this set during the July Virtual Meet at a really good price point and it came with Dare 2B Artzy Christmas paper and these 2 cute stamp & die sets. I saw the sentiment "Rudolph Called in Sick" from the Puppy Kisses Stamp Set and thought is was hilarious!
You can see the little envelope I created with the You've Got Mail Stamp and die and inserted in the mailbox with foam tape. The gift will be on the inside of the card.
This one will have a gift card on the front of the card in the mailbox. A clean and simple design:
That's it for today. Thank you to the challenge hosts for this "Holiday Fun"!
Tomorrow I have to work on actually mailing the Holiday cards and getting the gifts wrapped.

I wish you all to be safe in your "bubble" this holiday.

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StampinwithAnita
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Hello, welcome to Stampin With Anita. I love crafting in all forms. It gives me great joy to create something special. I hope you enjoy your visit.

2 comments:

  1. That mailbox die is SO CUTE. Love the pattern you chose for the one card, and the Tiffany Blue for the other. So elegant. :)

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  2. Thank you, Colleen. They came in handy for Christmas!

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