Hi everyone! I am back with my first project of the month for Momenta! It is hard to believe that in less that 20 days Christmas will be here…YIKES! I am in full crazy mode trying to get everyone bought for, put the tree up and decorate. If you are like me you need quick craft projects that can be whipped out in a hurry. Well, here is a quick gift card holder project that takes 30 minutes or less to complete.
I found this Happy Holiday Truck Cut and Emboss Diecuts at my locate Tuesday Morning. I cut two truck diecuts from a sheet of red cardstock from the Metallic Ink Paper Pad using the Freestyle Diecutting and Embossing Machine. The wheels I used a scrap of black cardstock (placed a scrap of an Adhesive Sheet on the back side of the black scrap of cardstock) from the same paper pad and placed over the wheels of the die and cut out. I did a little fussy cutting around the wheels, removed the backing from the adhesive sheet and place each black wheel on top of the wheels of the truck.
I lightly inked around the edges of the truck diecuts with a red chalk ink. Next I cut out the railings, happy holidays sentiment and packages in white cardstock for the truck (2 times for each) and adhered both railings to each truck diecut.
Before gluing the packages to either side of the truck I inked over the edges with the red chalk ink and added a little washi tape to the top. Before adhering the bottom of the truck diecuts together I cut out two trees and adhered to the truck bed. Lastly I inked over the edges of the Happy Holidays sentiment and added to the truck bed along with a gift card.
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Hi everyone! I know you’re thinking really??? Christmas cards in July??? You’ve got to be kidding me!!! Well, lets face it Christmas will be here before you know it and for once I would let to be ahead of the game so to speak instead of scrabbling around at the last minute trying to make something. So I will be sharing a card and other craft related projects here and there this month. 🙂
I used a 6″x6″ paper pad from My Mind’s Eye Merry Collection and Christmas Characters Stamp Set from Inkadinkado. I folded a 6″x6″ piece of cardstock to create a 3″x6″ base, stamped and fussy cut the penguin out, cut, layered and adhered cardstock to the front of the card. Stamped and cut sentiment out and framed with cardstock and adhered to card. Easy peasy card using only a 6″x6″ pad and one stamp set. 🙂
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