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Hi Stamping Friends!
As promised, I want to share the second part of the Jolly Friends Moose Gift Card Holder Card that I first posted about a couple days ago. In the first post, I shared the instructions for how to create the front of the card with the Jolly Friends Bundle. You can see the entire first post here: Jolly Friends Moose Gift Card Holder Card—Part 1.
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Pop-Up Gift Card Holder For ANY Card
Pop Up Gift Card Holder Basics—To start, you'll need two pieces of 5" x 5" designer series paper. I used Warmth & Cheer DSP for this project.
- If you want your pattern to be horizontal on the pop-up, you'll score it with the pattern on the vertical.
- Use the Simply Scored Tool to score on the 1/2", 1-3/4" x 2-3/4" and 4" marks on each piece.
- Use a Bone Folder to crease the folds.
- Add Tear & Tape Adhesive or Fast Fuse to the "right" side of the 1/2" tab.
- Fold the rest of the sheet over to adhere the end to the tab.
- Repeat for second box shape.
- Add Tear & Tape to the ENDS ONLY of a 1-1/4" wide side. Do not adhere the middle, because that is where the gift card will be sliding into and it needs to be open.
- Attach to the second box on a 1-1/4" wide side.
- Add Tear & Tape along the bottom of the two boxes, which is the two 1" sides.
- Attach the bottom of the boxes up against the score line of the inside of the card.
- Add Tear & Tape along the full length of the back side of the boxes, then close the front of the card over the top to adhere.Add a 5-1/4" x 2" piece of Whisper White to the inside of the card to add a greeting.
- Stamps—Tin of Tags (photopolymer)
- Ink—Cherry Cobbler
- Paper—Warmth & Cheer DSP Stack, Crumb Cake, Whisper White
- Tools—Simply Scored, Tear & Tape Adhesive or Fast Fuse
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