Hello friends and welcome back to Tuesday after a long holiday weekend! I hope you all enjoyed your Memorial Day with friends and family. While the weather wasn't the best here in Massachusetts, there's always time for BBQ and cornhole!
Today I'm sharing two projects I created for the Stamp Ink Paper Design Team. Our theme this week is graduation and while I don't personally know anyone graduating this year, I know the two things on every grad's list are cash and gift cards.
This first project is a simple cash holder made with the envelope punch board. Here is a link to the easy tutorial I used by Amy Koenders to make this holder.
I do not own any graduation sentiments or stamps for that matter, so I simply printed out a nice blessing on Whisper White cardstock and cut it to fit inside the holder.
The second project I have for you today is a fun fold-out gift card booklet (for lack of better terms!) This project started out as a fold out card, but, somewhere in the middle I ended up taking it in a different direction!
Below is the card I saw on Pinterest made by Jackie Bolhuis of Klompen Stampers. I began using her basic fold out card design, then changed it up a bit. Here is a link to the tutorial I used.
Back to my creation:
Here is a quick video to see this gift card holder open up:
Here is the challenge banner that inspired my projects:
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