Thursday, August 15, 2019

MFT August Birthday Project Challenge--Gift Cards


Choosing a gift card your recipient will appreciate serves the dual purpose of
easing the stress of shopping and allows the recipient the joy of selecting the
perfect gift As a cardmaker, the presentation is just as thoughtful as the
gift itself. Join our team in sharing creative ideas for housing gift cards
in your card design.

I decided to use MFT's Slider Surprise Die-namics that hides a gift card
 and was surprisingly simple to construct thanks to Stephanie's video.



After die-cutting the slider pieces from white card stock, I stenciled a wavy
ocean pattern over it and added a sandy bottom. An assortment of fish were
white embossed and inked with Distress inks then die cut with the matching
Die-namics. The slider panel was assembled behind and the sentiment and "pull"
were stamped on the respective




I pulled on the mechanism and added the gift card inside, using a small glue dot
to keep it in place. The bottom looked a little plain so I added the seaweed and coral,
 making sure not to interfere with the slider.



Visit today's post at My Favorite Things for all the details on how you can be
the random winner of a $50 MFT gift voucher. We're looking forward to seeing
 your birthday gift card presentation ideas!



3 comments:

  1. This is so fun, Donna! Loving your stenciling and fish!

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  2. What a pretty gift card holder/card, Donna! Love your gorgeous ink-distressing and stenciling! The colors and the shades of the fish and the waves are so pretty.
    Hideko xx

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  3. I love your undersea gift card reveal card!

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