Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Graphic 45's The Twelve Days of Gift Tutorials: 4th Day of Christmas Gift Card Holders

Hello Blogger friends!

Starting on Sunday, December 1st Graphic 45 began an amazing "The Twelve Days of Gift Tutorials" on the Graphic 45 blog! This event have been so much fun, please join us it's not too late! If you are just joining us now, you can visit the Graphic 45 blog and go to the "Recent Posts" section on the left nav to catch up!

There is a HUGE... and I mean HUGE grand prize that is up for grabs worth over $135 USD! All you have to do is leave a blog or Facebook comment for your chance to win. A grand prize winner will be announced on the Graphic 45 blog at the end of the event, on Friday, December 13th. 

Here is a peek at the prize (WOW!!!)

For today's tutorial, I created a gift card holder using the Large Tag and Calling Birds paper.

Here are some photos:

Here is a video tutorial to show you how to put one of these together yourself! ♥

Don't forget to stop over at the Graphic 45 blog or Facebook page and leave a comment. I wouldn't mind a comment on this post either... let me know what you think!  ♥

Thank you for joining me today!

xoxo ♥,


12 Days of Christmas - Calling Birds (8x8 and 12x12)
12 Days of Christmas Pockets & Tags
12 Days of Christmas - Holly & Ivy (8x8)
Staples: Large Tag
Coodinations - Graphic 45 Signature Series card stock
May Arts ribbon
Petaloo Flowers
Scrapbook Adhesive 3D foam squares
Hot glue


JustaFewDesigns said...

What a sweet gift card holder. TFS...

AngelkissesbyLinda said...

Darling gift card holder Arlene. Your work just amazes me.

KimCreate said...

So beautiful. I love the pink color and the "12 days" theme.

Unknown said...

Beautiful card holder. Love all the holiday spirit going on. =)

Mary Jane W said...

Such a beautiful project. Thanks for the tutorial.

IamUniquelyImperfect said...

Hi my love Arlene, I love your style, your creativity, your inspiration. Graphic 45 is a favorite of mine, even though I own two sheets of the Halloween paper that was gifted to me. I love your gift card holder. Tfs. Love ya' Patricia
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Sharon Vrenna said...

This is so great looking. I'm so glad I found your blog!!

Maryann Laursen said...

WAUW what an awesome giftcardholder Arlene, and thanks sooo much for the great tut too, it makes it sooo easy to make one ourself.
You did such anamazing job on this and it looks gorgeous. I hope, I´ll have time enough to make one for this christmas too, but else, I´m definitely saving the idea for next year, as I really love it.

Anonymous said...

Your work is always so amazing.

Moira xx

Joy said...

Thanks for the tutorial Arlene :) You artworks are always beautiful and inspiring :)