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Christmas in July 2015- Stampin' Up! Festival of Trees Gift Card Holder and Video Tutorial

Christmas-in-july-gift-card-makeoverWelcome to this week's Makeover Monday featuring a Stampin' Up! Festival of Trees gift card holder!

This small sized holder is perfect as a stocking stuffer or to tuck into the branches of your Christmas Tree.  It's also a good size to hold a bit of cash!

Let's take a look at the video tutorial from the past.  Watch below or HERE over on my You Tube channel.

Let's take a look at the Stampin' Up! Supply List below.  You can order by simply clicking the images below and have them delivered to your door.

  • The textured piece with the Elegant Dots Textured Impressions Embossing Folder is an additional piece of Real Red card stock which was substituted for the designer paper as seen in the video.
  • You can easily slip this into an envelope for mailing by substituting a 3/4" strip of Whisper White card stock for the ribbon and adhering it across the front flap.  Then, adhere the "tree" with liquid glue, SNAIL, or Fast Fuse instead of with Stampin' Dimensionals.
  • Other idea: Slip a miniature Hershey's Chocolate Bar as a treat for your child's friends, cousins, or classmates.
Have you started any holiday cards or craft projects?  Going through the design process early on is much easier than when pressed for time, don't you think?
Hope you've enjoyed today's Makeover Monday with this Christmas in July 2015 gift card holder with the Festival of Trees bundle from Stampin' Up! See you again soon!


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