My helper in the craft room for these cards was my little man, Chance. Chance was a rescue from a high-kill shelter in California. All my dog's are rescues, and I'd adopt more if I could afford it. (I know I'm not alone in saying I spend a lot more money on these guys than I do myself!) Opening a shelter is a dream of mine.
I've used the heck out of this kit. I can probably eke our five or six more cards; there's that much paper that comes in the kit! I've already posted many of the cards I made, so you might want to check my previous three or four posts for them. Here are a few more!
Not gonna lie, I completely screwed up my first attempt at this, so here is a word of advice: watch where Sandy places the adhesive on the pop-up section in the middle of the piese. If you put your adhesive on too high on the sections that go together or if you put on too much, you won't be able to get the gift card into the slot. All of that will make more sense after you've watched the video and started on your giftcard holder!
For this card, I used a snowflake die, a rhinestone and washi tqpe from my stash. I also used Stickles on the snowflake on the outside element. (Which looks incredibly kick ass in real life, if I do say so myself! The photo just doesn't pick up the glitter well.)
I almost didn't make the card on the right. I saw the sentiment andI saw the fiber and started laughing so hard I scared the dogs. I thought it would be a little too obvious and/or cheeky to actually make my vision, but I decided to go for it anyway because I have a friend for whom it will be perfect!
And here's not-quite-everything you didn't realize you wanted to know about hair removal.
In addition to the cards, I picked up a battery-powered candle from Dollar Tree and added a vellum sheath stamped with the large snowflake stamp from the kit. It's pretty and cost next to nothing to make!
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