Shaker Flip Gift Card

It’s Tutorial Thursday! Today I want to show you how to create an original card. Yes, original. I am calling this a Shaker Flip Gift Card.

  • For the card base cut the Mossy Meadow Card Stock with the Paper Trimmer to 4 1/4” X 10”.
  •          On 10” side scored at 5 ½” & 8 ¼”.
  •          Notch out the very bottom with 1” circle punch for gift card.
  • For the inside of the card:
  •          Cut the Snowflake 12” X 12” Specialty Vellum to 5 ¼” X 4”.
  •                  Glue only in middle with Stampin’ Seal.
  •          Cut the Basic White Card Stock cut to 3” X 4 ¾”.
  •                  Stamp “so very merry” in Night of Navy Ink.
  •                  Stamp tree with Mossy Meadow Ink.
  • For the flap:
  •          Cut the Night of Navy Card Stock to 3 ¾” X 2 ¼”
  •          Cut the Basic White Card Stock to 3 ½” X 2”
  • Stamp trees (Mossy Meadow), paw prints (Sahara Sand), and dog (Early Espresso)
  •          Tear & Tape up both sides for the gift card pocket.
  • For the Shaker sleeve:
  •          Cut Night of Navy Card Stock to 3 ¼” X 10”.
  •                  Score on 10” side at 5”.
  •         Cut Basic White Card Stock to 3” X 4 ¾” (three times)
  • For the front – stamp Christmas Greetings in Mossy Meadow ink, Trees in Mossy Meadow Ink, and snowflakes in Night of Navy Ink.
  • For the Shaker you will need – Night of Navy oval, window sheet with larger oval, filler, Sprig Trinkets, Sparkle & Shine Sequins Assortment, Effervescent Elements, Foam Adhesive Strips, and Mini Glue Dots.
  •                  For the Back – stamp “you light up the season” in Night of Navy Ink and lights in Balmy Blue Ink.
  •                           Bend both stamps to get the curves needed.

If you prefer to see this card in action please go to https://youtu.be/j71Xl8zB1e8. Comment, please, and let me know if you have any questions or any feedback you wish to give.

Happy Crafting!

With inky fingers,

Joni 🙂

Published by Joni Daniel

I am a Stampin' Up! Independent Demonstrator and I love what I do in helping you to create. Please leave comments and happy crafting!

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