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Stampin' Up! Sailing Home Matchbook Gift Card Holder Card!

Hey there! I've been MIA for a few days for two reasons: last week I ran the Grammie Hotel for several of my grand-kids on various days, as well as a boarding house for my Grand-dog!  I LOVE having them all here, but as you know, when you're lovin' on the grands everything else has to take the backseat! This week Vacation Bible School, (akaVBS), is in full swing at my church and I'm the Craft Director. We'll be over half done after tonight, so I'm finally able to share another creation with you!

I created this card as a graduation gift-card holder for my cousin's son, with the Come Sail Away Suite:


This card is another "matchbook" style that I turned into a gift card holder.

I used a masking technique to achieve the look of a "moon" in the background.


I cut out the "congrats" greeting with on of the Smooth Sailing Dies. The greeting banner also serves to hold the card shut. I colored Silver 3/8" Metallic-Edge Ribbon with my Night of Navy Light Stampin' Blend marker.


Inside the card is attached to the upper layer so it "pulls-up" when the card is opened.


I adhered a gift card inside with a couple of glue dots.


Measurements, instructions, and tips for you:

Download Come Sail Away Matchbook Gift Card Holder

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Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

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