Coffee Cafe Gift Card, Card ~ Perfect for Graduation
Creating gift card, cards are some of the easiest cards to make. I enjoy making them and giving them and the best thing about it, is they are the same price to mail as regular A2 cards.
Recipe for my card:
I cut an 8.5″ x 11″ piece of cardstock (I used Crumb Cake) in half the long way at 5.25″. I scored and burnished it down the middle at 5.5″ and along the long side at 1″. I cut off the piece I didn’t need and kept the right side piece, folded up to create the inside flap.
Adhere the inside mat (5.25″ x 4″) before adhering your flap in piece. I also wedged out my flap too to make it cuter. I used snail adhesive but you want a strong hold so sometimes I choose tear n tape to adhere my flap.
Next you just decorate as you please!
I chose the Coffee Cafe Photopolymer Stamp Set simply because I am giving a coffee gift card. They coordinate with the Coffee Cup Framelits. I used a scrap of DSP (Garden Impressions 6 x 6 DSP) measuring 3″ x 5.5″ and then layered my coffee cups on top! The only other decoration I added was some Whisper White Baker’s Twine. I love that twine because it is so universal!
I hope you like my simple gift card cards today! They are awesome for a quick thank you to give someone but in this case I am using them for graduation cards.
Sadly this set is retiring here at the end of the month. If you want them I suggest getting them TODAY with no delay. Otherwise they might be gone forever. I am keeping my set to use over and over, anytime I need to give the gift of coffee.
Have a great day! I’ll see you soon.
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