Welcome to Day 4 of the Holiday Countdown series for 2019! I hope you’re enjoying these quick and simple project ideas perfect for last-minute holiday crafting.
Like most of you, I give out tons of gift cards to friends and family this time of the year. I often like to include a small gift with them, so I wanted an easy way to attach the gift cards to a small box or bag. These cute Christmas gift card tags were the perfect solution and they’re easy to make too!
Stamp a Christmas border design down the center of each envelope in Versamark ink, add white embossing powder and melt it with your heat tool for a little added interest.
I knew I would be leaving the top of the envelopes open to be more like a tag, so decided to decorate the inside with patterned paper since it would be partly showing. I trimmed the patterned paper to fit just inside the envelope (in this case, 2.25″ x 4.5″) and partially die cut the top of it with a circle die that was 2.25″ in diameter for the perfect insert.
Stamp Christmas tree images onto Neenah Classic Crest Solar White Cardstock with alcohol-friendly ink and color them in with Copic markers. Die-cut or fussy-cut the images out.
Stamp small sentiments in red and green ink onto Neenah Classic Crest Solar White and die cut them out.
Add the images and sentiments to the front of the gift card tags with foam strips and punch a hole in the top of each one with a hole puncher.
Add a gift card to the pocket and attach them to your gift bag or box with colorful twine or ribbon.
I love how cheerful they look thanks to the bold colors of the Pop Tone Cardstocks!
I hope you enjoyed this quick and easy Christmas gift card tag project and thanks so much for stopping by today. Be sure to visit the CutCardStock store to purchase any of the products showcased today and if you like this project, please leave a comment below!