Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Christmas card and gift card holder



This is my DT card for Crafty Hazel Nut's Christmas Extra Challenge.  The image on the front is from Bugaboo Stamps.  The faces are from Peachy Keen Stamps.
When I was addressing my Christmas cards last year I realized I needed several cards that could hold gift cards.  In January when I wrote out my Christmas card list, I made sure to make note of which people would need the gift card insert inside. Planning ahead like this will make holiday time so much easier. 

Card Details:
Stamp: Bugs Snowman from Bugaboo Stamps
Copics
Spellbinders snowflake dies
Peachy Keen Face stamps

Entered in following challenges:
Christmas with the cuties: Christmas song (Frosty)
Cutie Pie Challenge: Cute  Winter

10 comments:

Pat said...

Lovely card with a great image, thanks for sharing at Christmas with the Cuties.

Pat xx

Marlies said...

A beautiful Christmas card Julie. The snowman is adorable and the inside looks great to. hugs, Marlies

Sarah said...

It's great to see Frosty the snowman at Christmas with the cutie pies!! Good luck. Sarah :0)

samantha's cards said...

ADorable card, thanks for sharing with us at CCC.

Hazel said...

Thanks for your lovely design creation for our CHNC challenge extra for February x

Pat K said...

Lovely Christmas card and great job on planning ahead. Thanks for playing along with us at The Cutie Pie Challenge. Pat K x

Sue Nicholson said...

Lovely sweet card, like the characeters used. thanks for joining us at Cutie Pie Winter Warmers challenge cheers Sue N x

Donna Idlet said...

Cute snowman, love how you added the gift card inside. Thanks for playing along with Christmas Card Challenges.

Alexander Kretschmann said...

Great winter card. Love it.
I like to invite you to our present challenge at Do-Al(l) Kreatives.

Hugs
Alex
*DT + Admin* Do-Al(l) Kreatives
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Heather said...

this is adorable!!! That image is so cute and I love the gift card insert in the middle! Great idea!! And good for you actually PLANNING who your cards are for and making sure you have what needs to go to that person.