Tuesday, July 21, 2015

My Favorite Things DT Challenge; Creative Challenge; Gift Giving Groove

Hi and welcome to a new My Favorite Things    Creative Challenge. Today we are sharing projects for different ways to present a gift card. I pulled out the Treat Pocket die, which is perfect for holding a giftcard and decorated it with flowers and greens from the Garden and Wild Greenery die-namics set. I colored the flowers using copics. The panel is stamped with one of my all time favorite stamps - the tiny star bg.







With the card inside. This design could be used for any occasion but this one is going to hold a giftcard for the Garden Center so the reciever can get some new plants for their garden.
 



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Have a great day, hugs, Karin

10 comments:

Jill said...

Karin,
Your gift card holder is exquisite. Simple but gorgeous. I am going to have to try to replicate as a gift for my friend who is moving to a new city. I have a gift card for her and was looking for a card holder and there it was ...I checked out some of the others as well but yours just impressed me as the perfect one.
Thanks for sharing ,

Indy said...

Lovely gift holder.

Cindy H. said...

This gift card holder is so pretty and sweet! Love it!

Marybeth said...

This gift card holder is so pretty! Love the flowers!

JAVAGIRL said...

Beautiful

JAVAGIRL said...

Beautiful

JAVAGIRL said...

Beautiful

Lisa said...

This is delicate and sweet Karin, I love it to bits!!

Becca Cruger said...

This is oh-so-sweet and fresh! I love the little Scandinavian swag of flowers. Pretty!

Audrey Pettit said...

What a beautiful way to present a gift card, Karin! Loving the garden colors and flowers you put together.... goes so well with your garden theme. And that tiny star background is fabulous. Absolutely LOVE that little detail!