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Matchbox Gift Card Holder with Video

Welcome back to the blog Kat Scrappiness fans!

It’s Lisa here with you today and I have a really fun project to share!

Since the holidays are just around the corner and gift cards are

such a popular gift giving idea,

I thought I’d show you a cute way to package them.

I made a matchbook to put them in so that they pop-up when you open them!

I made 4 matchbook gift card holders and decorated them with various

stamps and dies from the Kat Scrappiness shop.

Here is a look at all 4 of them:

 

And here is how they look when you open them and the gift card pops up:

 

Aren’t they adorable!

The fun part is that there are so many ways to decorate them and they can be used for any holiday or occasion depending on the paper and embellishments you use.

I also filmed a video to show you how to make your own!

I used 5 different stamp sets on my matchbooks, 3 of which were just released at

Kat Scrappiness along with many various dies also available in the shop.

In the video I’ll show you all of the products used on each matchbook and

I’ll go through a quick tutorial on how to make your own!

It’s really simple and they come together very quickly once you’ve made one.

I’ll have all of the measurements in the video that you will need.

Heres a link to the video on YouTube.

As always, thank you for joining me today! I hope you’ll give one of these matchbooks a try. It will give your gift cards a facelift and you’ll have fun making them!

All of the products I used in today’s project are listed and linked below.

If you want to purchase any of these fun products at Kat Scrappiness, you can use

my code Lisa10 and save 10% on your order!

Have a wonderful day, I already am!

🛍Lisa🛍

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5 Comments

  • Reply Tam

    so cute!

    10/05/2018 at 4:35 AM
  • Reply Amy Tsuruta

    These are so CUTE! I’m featuring them in the Coffee Loving Papercrafters FB group!

    10/05/2018 at 5:38 AM
  • Reply Gayle Bartholomew

    Great idea and they seem fairly quick to make. Thanks for sharing.

    10/05/2018 at 12:08 PM
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