Friday, November 8, 2013

10th day of Christmas - Coffee Mug Gift Card Holder

What is more perfect than a gift card to your favorite coffee shop along with a new coffee mug! Perfect gift to give to friends, co-workers and teachers! Make a few and have a few on hand when you need a quick go to gift.

Ingredients to make the card:
Stamp Sets:
131823 Tags 4 You (clear) $15.95
131820 Tags 4 You (wood) $19.95
131392 Perfect Blend (clear) $10.95
130745 Perfect Blend (wood) $13.95
131781 Festive Flurry (clear) $29.95
131778 Festive Flurry (wood) $39.95

126966 Cherry Cobbler $5.95

100730 Whisper White Card Stock (40 sheets) $8.50
120953 Crumb Cake Card Stock (24 sheets) $6.95
132340 Season of Style Designer Series Paper (12 sheets) $10.95

119247 Pearls (150 total) $4.95
129327 Very Vintage Designer Buttons (24 buttons) $5.95
130012 Cherry Cobbler Chevron Ribbon (10 yards) $8.95
123125 Cherry Cobbler Baker's Twine (25 yards) $2.95

122334 Simply Scored Scoring Tool $29.95
132153 Label Bracket Punch $15.95
119871 3/16" Corner Rounder $6.95

104294 Sticky Strip (10 yards) $6.95
104430 Stampin' Dimensionals (300 dots) $3.95

Velcro Dots
Hole Punch or Crop-a-dile
Hot Glue Gun

Tips & Tricks to make the project:
Start with a piece of cardstock 6" x 5 1/2". Score the bottom 1 1/2" from the bottom. The left hand side of the gift card holder snip off the scored piece. The right hand side secure the sides with sticky strip. Attach velcro dots so the project can be secured and then opened. Punch hole in the top of the gift card with a hole punch or Crop-a-dile. Tie baker's twine around the mug to secure the gift card to the mug. Tie bow with chevron ribbon and attach to the front of the gift card with hot glue gun.  Stamp smallest snowflake and cut only the center of the card. 

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Update 11/9/2013 - My blog post was updated to add an additional screen print that may help in visualizing the step in between the completed project.    There was a comment left on this post stating that additional steps or clarification was needed to make the project.    As always if there is something missing or unclear, please feel free to reach out to me directly.    If a comment is left, I have no way of reaching out to assist.    Please email me at with any questions.   Thank you.   I hope the additional screen print helps in assembling your holiday gift card holder.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Can you elaborate on the directions for the gift card holder. Appears some of the directions are missing. Thank you very much. I enjoy checking out your projects.