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Stampin' Up! Sunday Swap Day! More Giftcardholder Ideas!

Hey there! Last night my husband surprised me with tickets to see "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever" at the Marion Civic Center! yay! I've been reading the book every Christmas to my family since my kids were little, and even though they are big kids now, they still love it! I do to! It was a sweet production. I always tear up when Gladys says "hey! Unto YOU a child is born!" Gives me goosebumps just writing it! It was nice to get out after being snowbound since Thursday. Roads, sidewalks, and parking lots are still treacherous, and we are supposed to get "snow showers" again today, so church was cancelled for today. Oh well, one more day to stay in my jammies and stamp!

Since I have that new bunch of swaps, I think I will share a few more of them with you today:


Rene Watson used the Envelope Liner Framelit Dies to put together her holder (it could also be a card with the greeting page pulling out of the top!). She used Old Olive cardstock, Season of Style Designer Paper, Festive Flurry stamps and Framelit Dies, Cherry Cobbler 1" Stitched Edged Ribbon, and "just because" from the A Dozen Thoughts stamp set.


This design is the first giftcardholder style I learned to make! Katy Simecka used the Festive Flurry stamps & framelits bundle with Pool Party, Whisper White, the Northern Flurry folder and Silver 1/8" Taffeta Ribbon!


The unique feature of this one is the Whisper White Medium Envelope that is the working part of the holder. Just fold the envelope in half, cut the flap in half at the fold, stick down the left side of the flap, then leave the right side open to slip the gift card in!


Barb Dykhouse used the Pop n' Cuts Card Base Die, A Gift For You Single Stamp, Crumb Cake cardstock, Season of Style Designer Paper, Oval punches, adn the Label Bracket Punch for her gift card holder.


Simple and easy with the Pop 'n Cuts Card Base Die, just cut out, score a couple of times, and decorate!


Ruth Anne Lilley used  Warmth & Wishes Hostess and More Merry Messages stamps, Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White, and Old Olive cardstock, Season of Style Designer Paper, Petals-a-Plenty Textured Impressions Folder, and the 2 3/8" Scallop Circle and 1 3/4" Circle punches for this cute little pop-up gift card holder!


Inside she used the Word Window Punch, punching a couple of time side-by-side to create the slot of the gift card!


And last-but-definitely-not-least, Tamie Ackerson used the Pop 'n Cuts Card Base Die again for her adorable Snowman holder! Punches, markers, and sponging were used to create his perky little face, and the Bird Builder Punch does a great job looking like "holly"! Doesn't the Silver Glimmer Paper cut with the smallest Festive Flurry Framelit look a little bit like a sheriff's badge?


The inside features a pull-up greeting, in addtion to the gift card pocket!


Tamie used Teeny Tiny Wishes for the outside greeting, and Wishing You for the pull-up greeting!

Well, that's all for today! Even though we aren't going to church today, I still want to make a Sunday-dinner-worthy meal! Most of my kids are staying snug in their homes today, but Troy is coming over for lunch! yay!

To shop for the stamps, dies, papers, punches, and accessories to make these projects, click HERE to shop in my Online Store!

Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

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