These just might be the easiest gift card holders I have ever made! If you order a SU! Gift Card from me for Christmas, this is how it will come packaged. (By the way … I have a great offer with gift cards ordered through me – email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) to find out what it is!)
Just lift the clasp
to see the inside (made with the Hang Your Stockings Bundle)
Let a special someone know they can call me or email me to order one for you.
(Or … order one of these for yourself to get the extra perk – and then put a different gift card in it and give to someone else!!!! I just took one gift off your list!)
All you need to make these is a 6″ x 6″ square of Designer Series Paper. I used the Warmth & Cheer Paper Stack, which is half price right now!
How to Make a Gift Card Holder from a 6″ x 6″ Piece of Pretty Paper:
- Score at 2 1/2″ and again at 3″
2. Turn paper and score at 3 1/2″
3. Cut off this part of the paper
4. Fold in to create the card holder
5. Fold to look like this.
6. Cut the cut-off piece in half and use for the closure.
That’s it!!! Have fun with this quick and easy gift card holder!
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Joy Harriger says
Looks great! Thank you!
Thank you so much Joy!
I love this! I think this project is my favorite!
Thank you so much Phaline!
Lisa Spacek says
Can’t get this to work. Am I cutting the wrong square??
How does the closure tqb stay closed? Magnet?
I have used magnets (but they might damage regular store gift cards), and velcro – but I ended up just using a tiny bit of snail. It lays perfectly flat and still opens easily! Thanks for asking, Nina
Thanks so much Deb!
What size is the closure tab?
Did you use the cut out corner to create the closure tab?
How did you adhere this closure tab?
Thanks so much for this added info and for sharing this adorable project!
thanks for asking, Michelle! yes – I used the cutout piece for the tab – an inch or an inch and a half wide. (depending on the day – I don’t follow a lot of rules). I attached it with either a velcro dot – or sometimes just a glue dot!
Pam Vance says
I am stuck! I don’t understand how to fold it. Can you explain?
I’m glad you asked about that fold, Pam. I did that back in 2016 so I will revisit it soon and maybe I can explain it better this time!