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Saturday, December 10, 2011


Got gift cards to dole out?  Got 6x6 double-sided papers left over from a project or received in a swap?  Then have we got a project for you, crafted to the tune of the 12 Days of Crafting Christmas:
On the 6th day of Christmas, my crafter gave to me,
SIX Gift Card holders...

These darling gift card holders were an accident!  We were making extra 6x6 envelopes and accidentally cut one of the sheets an actual 6x6 for the envelope!  Duh!  But no problem......we simple decided we could make gift card and cash holders out of the miscuts plus a few more now that they were fun, and wallah, these are easy.  The paper is mostly from CTMH and they are the 6x6 swatches that you can keep on a ring.....having both sides a Christmas pattern makes them so cute!  Don't you think?
You can also get four gift card holders from a siongle 12x12 sheet of patterned paper!  So start cutting and folding, cause you know the kids all want gift cards (don't they trust their moms to give them the perfect gifts???)

Next, on to finishing my Goody Bags - for the Mailman and whomever, and I want to start a Christmas Decoration.  That is the easiest as my total house is beginning to look a lot like Christmas - even the cat towers!


  1. Very nice way to use up all those 6x6 sheets of patterned paper I have in my stash. Thanks, Linda!

  2. I agree with Pat. Have a ton of those! - Mel


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