I've accumulated soooo many die-cut/printed elements through the years and just toss them into what I call my "doo-dad" box as I go along without using them. I decided to just sort through the box and pull out some elements and make something with them, and I came up with this gift card. I'd printed the Starbucks logo for a project a long time ago, so that's where this gift card holder started. I pulled die-cut white and kraft circles, along with a stitched heart die cut, and layered them all up on a die-cut circle that was cut from a herringbone background I'd made with strips of Coastal Cabana dsp. I pulled out the green and teal cardstock snippets and designed a gift card. Here is what it looks like opened...
The stamped sentiment panel was done with a Gina Marie Designs stamp and I added a couple strips of matching dsp and cardstock to dress it up inside. There is no gift card in the slot - just a piece of white card to show you how the card is inserted. I used the SU! word window punch to create the opening to hold the card.
I'm going to enter this into these two challenges ...
Pixie's Snippets Playground #337 - must use snippets
The Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge - anything but a card
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