Monday, June 10, 2013

Father's Day Gift Card Holder Tutorial: featuring French Country!

Hello blogging friends! ❤

I'd like to share a project and video tutorial that I hope brings you some inspiration for this Father's day or any special occasion!

I created these gift card holders for Father's Day for my husband, Dad and Father-in-law using Graphic 45's gorgeous French Country paper collection. They were quite simple to make and I created a video tutorial to help walk you through the process. I hope you give it a try!

Here are some photos to get you started:

The base of the gift card holders are Graphic 45's large tags from the Large Tag Album

The coordinating French Country Tags & Pockets are a perfect companion to help make creating so easy! Here I used one of the tags and some dimensionals to create a "pocket" for the gift card. I wanted to have space to include a photo of the kids and myself, so I opted to use a tag versus a pocket from the Tags & Pockets set...

The "Happy Father's Day" sentiment is cut from the Sentiments 12x12 sheet from Graphic 45's Place in Time collection.

Here's my video tutorial to help walk you through the process of creating these gift card holders. Grab your kids and have them join you... these are definitely fun to make!

I want to wish all the Father's out there a very joyous and special Father's Day!

Thanks for joining me today!

xoxo ♥,

Product List:

French Country paper collection,  featuring:

French Country Tags and Envelopes
French Country Flowers
French Country Banners
French Country Chipboard
French Country 12x12 Stickers
French Country Alphabet Stickers

Graphic 45 Staples: Large Tag Album, Ornate Metal Key Holes, Ornate Metal Keys, Stamped Metal Brads, Chipboard buttons

May Arts ribbon
Black cardstock
White cardstock
Ranger Distress Ink: Walnut Stain
Scor Tape
Glossy Accents
E6000 glue
3M ATG adhesive
Sticky Stuff Store dimensionals
3M dimensionals

1 comment:

Seahorse Ranch Girl said...

This is a perfect way to thank the dads in my life. I like the way you used the tag in an unusual way. Thank you, Arlene.