Monday, 7 November 2016

Glitter Embossing Powder - Stampin' Up! Gift Card Holder


Hi everyone! When you are wondering how to wrap that extra special gift card this year does paper crafting come to mind? Well it should! There are so many great ways to bundle up those precious gift cards this season & Stampin' Up! has a variety of stunning products that will help you with the whole process. A few of my favourite products are showcased on today's project. They include the "Red Glimmer Paper", the "Real Red Glitter Stampin' Emboss Powder", the "Metallic Thread Combo Pack", and the "Candy Cane Lane Baker's Twine ".  When you put these products together everything seems to sparkle and shine! 


The decorated box I've created to package this lil surprise was created using the "Simply Scored Tool" from Stampin' Up! I also used the "Project Life Cards & Labels Framelits Dies" to make the window which showcases the yummy Candy Cane Hershey Kisses inside! I don't know if these kisses are new this year, but I had never tried them and they were so delicious. I just so happened to eat the remainder of the bag while I stamped ....Ooops! Oh well??? They were worth it! 


I've added in a few pictures with the scoring and folding measurements used on today's little package. I hope it helps for those who wish to make their own today. For a complete listing of the products used on today's project check out the Stampin' Up! supply list below. & If you are in Canada you can click on the products which will link you to my online Stampin' Up Shop. It's open 24-7 for your stamping convenience!



Lastly ... before I forget! If you are in the Calgary area and are interested in making a few holiday projects I will be hosting a Stampin' Up Christmas Class on November 30th at 7pm so save the date!

Thanks again for stopping by and feel free to email me with any questions!

 Carolynn

4 comments:

  1. Love the little tag and ribbon you used to pull out the card. Every detail is perfect! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thank you so much Jennifer! & Thanks for visiting!

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  2. What a great project, thank you so much for generously sharing your pattern! I can't wait to try this project too! :)

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    1. Thank you for stopping by, and for the kind words Debbi!

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