Cheerful Tags Gift Card Holder with Candy

Last night was a wonderful concert by the Easton Area High School Wind Ensemble!  They even had guest artists last night — the HoodleBug Brass from IUP. Awesome! Outside of the marching band, I think the instrumental music groups at the high school are really hidden gems. I bet you have some of these in your own community.  Seek them out! If they are like ours, you won’t be sorry that you have supported these kids with your presence.

Today, I’m continuing on my wrapping journey.

I’ve used the Cheerful Tags Thinlits

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to create a gift card holder.

The sentiment is from Flurry of Wishes.  It was inked in Bermuda Bay and stamped on Whisper White.  Then, it was cut out with one of the Stitched Shapes squares and attached with Dimensionals.

Under that is a piece of Mint Macaron 5/8″ Mini Striped Ribbon that has been doubled over and attached with Glue Dots and a decorative Gold Binder Clip.

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When opened, you can see more of the details.

The Mint Macaron filigree layer is also cut with a die from Cheerful Tags.  Then, I added Dazzling Diamonds on each little circle using the Fine Tip Glue Pen.  The subtle shimmer is lovely.

Before attaching it to the gift card holder, I added two stripes of Playful Palette washi that wrap around the holder.

On the back side,

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I added a box that holds a tin of Mentos.  These tins were the perfect match to my Bermuda Bay cardstock!

And here’s a video tutorial so that you can make your own!

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