Another fun graduation gift card holder! I've been seeing cards like these using our digital MDS program - but I wanted to try doing one with punches and stamps. Super fun to make, and even funner to give to that "smart phone addicted" grad that you know! Scroll to the bottom of this post to see the full list of supplies needed. Then stop in to the "store" to get what you need!
Here is a quick peek at the inside of the gift card holder. To see how I made the slot for the gift card, see my other gift card holder post here.
The diploma stamp has some other words on it - so I masked those off and then stamped the Happy Graduation from Teeny Tiny wishes there instead. To see how to do that, check out this project here, where I used a similar technique on an alligator word stamp.
I used this framelit shape from the Chalk Talk set of framelits for the "speaker". I cut it out of Basic Black card stock with the Big Shot.
Then, using my scissors, I cut off the "hump" on the bottom to make it look more like the speaker on a smart phone.
This card was inspired by a card made by Beth Daniels. You can see Beth's version by clicking here. Thank you for the inspiration Beth! Thank you for stopping by today!
Card Recipe - click on the item number to see the item in the store
StazOn Jet Black 101406
Real Red Pad 126949
Basic Black 121045 – 5” x 3 ¼”, scraps
Smoky Slate 131202 – 2 ½” x 3 ½”(screen), 4 ¼” x 11” scored at 3”, 5 ½”, 8” for gift card holder
Whisper White 100730 – 4 ¾” x 3”, 3/16” hand cut square
½” Circle Punch 119869
Word Bubble Framelits 132968
Chalk Talk Framelits 129983
Deco Labels Collection Framelits 130102
Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine 113439
Magnetic Platform 130658
Sticky Strip 104294
SNAIL Adhesive 104223