Looking for a DIY project that will help you create a stylish gift card holder envelope? Look no further than this tutorial, which offers step-by-step instructions and plenty of helpful tips and tricks to help you create a beautiful and functional envelope that’s perfect for any occasion. With its sleek design and customizable features, this gift card holder envelope is sure to impress anyone who receives it, making it an ideal choice for birthdays, holidays, and other special events. So why wait? Start crafting your own stylish gift card holder envelope today and enjoy the satisfaction of creating something beautiful and meaningful with your own two hands.
What materials do you need?
You will need some cardstock paper, scissors, glue, ruler, pencil, and a bone folder.
How do you measure and cut the paper?
Measure and cut a piece of paper that is 8.5 inches by 11 inches. Then, cut two strips that are 2.5 inches by 11 inches and one strip that is 4 inches by 11 inches.
How do you fold and glue the envelope?
Fold the 4-inch strip in half to make the pocket of the envelope. Then, fold the 2.5-inch strips in half and glue them to the sides of the pocket to create the envelope. Use the bone folder to make crisp folds.
How do you decorate the envelope?
You can decorate the envelope using stamps, stickers, or washi tape. You can also personalize it by writing a message or name on it.
What can you use the gift card holder envelope for?
You can use it to give gift cards for birthdays, holidays, or any special occasion. It can also be used as a money holder or a small note holder.
In conclusion, creating your own stylish gift card holder envelope is a fantastic way to add a personal touch to your gift-giving. Not only does it show that you put effort and thought into the gift, but it also allows you to customize the envelope to fit the recipient’s style and personality. Plus, making your own envelope can save you money and time compared to purchasing pre-made options. Overall, DIY gift card holder envelopes are a fun and practical project that can enhance the gift-giving experience for both you and the recipient.
From pillow pockets to pizza boxes, here are 20 ways to make your own gift card holders. Download these printables and follow the instructions. Check out my list of top gift cards for holidays for some other gift card suggestions. When it comes to making your own gift card holders, there are literally thousands of free printables available online. There are gift card sleeves, foldable gift card pockets, gift card pillow pockets, pizza boxes, pop-up boxes, simple envelopes and single card designs, just to name a few. Simply print the shape you want, trace it onto scrapbook paper and turn any printable gift card holder into a one-of-a-kind design made by you. With so many gift card holder shapes to choose from and cardstock in a wide variety of designs, the number of custom gift card holders you can make is endless. This folded gift card pocket is the design I use the most because I like that it can be made easily, stylized with layers of paper and still hold the gift card securely. Just download it so you can get the right dimensions to make your own gift card pocket. This is also one of those gift card holder designs that could hold a printed paper egift card. Talk about a D-I-Y gift! All you need is a printer and a pair of scissors to deliver a totally custom gift card experience! This gift card holder was designed with a foodie in mind. But what makes it worth downloading and printing is that Printable Crush suggests folding the card in half, making a cut to the front of the card, sealing the edges and then tucking the gift card into the slit. The gift card will fit snugly into the pocket if you do exactly as she did. I like the additional suggestion of adding confetti to the card so you get a little surprise when the gift card is removed. There are two ways to make this circle flap gift card holder. The first way is to cut out four circles, fold each one in half, tape them together perfectly and then fold the tops over to create the envelope. The second way to make a circle flap envelop is to download this template, trace around the lines and cut the card out. To me, the second way is much easier. I also like that there are two ways to fold a circle flap envelope. You can fold the flaps clockwise or counter clockwise to create a fan design or you can fold the sides in first and then fold the top and bottom flaps last for a symmetrical design. Secure the flaps with washi tape or ribbon for a festive finish. In this example, I cut the pocket along the curves of the water on the printed design. Speaking of crazy cuts, these gift cards holders are anything but straight-edged. Choose from the donut design, latte shape or popsicle holder to tuck your gift card inside. These holders go perfectly with donut store gift cards , ice cream gift cards and your local coffee shop gift cards. You can print these templates, trace around them on white cardstock paper, and then get your color markers and turn the kids loose coloring their own designs. Gift card sleeves are simple to make and even easier to customize. The nice thing about this style of gift card holder is that you can cut several sleeves out of a single piece of cardstock. I made these gift card sleeves for my kids at Easter a few years ago and ended up saving them along with their Easter baskets to reuse them the following year. Of course, these gift card sleeves can be used all year round if you download the design and trace around it onto card stock for your upcoming occasion. This gift card holder takes a little time to study. Not too tricky, though. Basic origami skills should be all you need to get the gift card placed correctly. What I like the most about the gift card holder is the banner that goes across the folded envelope. This gift card envelope comes with a true template that you can download and trace onto any scrapbook paper or cardstock paper you want. Add stamps, embellishments and other accessories to craft it up as cute as can be. This one is designed a little differently than the others, however, for two reasonsthe first is that the gift card is tucked into the latte sleeve rather than hidden inside of the card and the second is that you can print this design on a large sheet of paper. There is no rule that says a gift card holder must be as small as the gift card itself. Go big with this big gift card holder! The three little kittens who lost their mittens would be so pleased to find this gift card holder. For crafters who have a die-cutting machine, making your own gift card holders is as easy as ordering the die and getting to work! I am including this cute gift card holder design for all you serious crafters out there who like to cut, stamp, shade and layer! You know who you are! If you want a gift card cutting template for your machine, try this one and let me know how it works. Have you seen the gift card pillow box made out of a smashed toilet paper roll? There are plenty of those on Pinterest, some of which are very cute.