Gift Card Box

Gift Card Envelope, Stampin' Up!You may already know that my husband Mike is a real estate broker/agent.  Whenever he has a closing, he gives his clients a gift – usually gift cards.  Usually he asks an hour before the closing if I have an appropriate card – so I thought I’d get ahead of the game.  I ordered the Gift Card Envelope and Trims Thinlits Dies along with the Holiday Home stamp set and Homemade Holiday Framelits bundle.  I haven’t had a chance to create any cards/gift cards yet, but I did make this cute little box!

I die cut the gift card from Santa & Co. designer series paper.  Then I created a box from Real Red card stock.  You simply cut a 6-7/8″ x 5-9/16″ piece of card stock.  Score 1-1/2″ on all found sides, then snip the “flaps” and adhere to create a box.  The gift card envelope fits perfectly on top!

I tied the box together with a strip of Real Red Satin Woven Ribbon and added a tag with more Santa & Co designer series paper and a star cut from silver foil.

This is a nice sized box.  It will hold candy, jewelry (large jewelry – or even an ensemble!) – anything the size of a gift card and 1-1/2″ deep.

Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy.  Have a wonderful day!


About buffycooper

Among other things, I am a musician who enjoys papercrafting (specifically with rubber stamps), a Stampin' Up!® demonstrator, Christian, wife and mom to two great boys.
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2 Responses to Gift Card Box

  1. Susan Horr says:

    Great minds think alike!


  2. juliescentsy says:

    I love this idea for my Scentsy sample packing etc!


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