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Cricut Christmas Gift Card Holder with Free SVG

Cricut Christmas Gift Card Holder with Free SVG

Need an idea to make your gift card present cuter? Make these simple gift card holders with your favorite Christmas scrapbook paper or change it up for any occasion.

Materials Needed:

• Christmas scrapbook paper
• glue
• stickers (optional)
Cricut pens
 Cricut scoring wheel (optional)
 Cricut die cutting machine
 Cricut tools

Directions:

1. Download SVG File & Upload to Design Space
You can find our Free SVG file here with all the pieces you will need to create this piece. (Right click the image and do a 'Save As' to your computer)

2. Edit File
Once you have this opened in Design Space, you will need to modify a few things. First change the two lines on the large base piece to score. If you don't have a scoring tool, you can just fold your base piece manually at 2" from one end and 2.5" from the other.

If you would like to use the snowflake image as well, you will need to select all the pieces and weld them. Then change the operation to pen.

3. Cut
Pick which paper you want for certain pieces and hide the images you are not using per cut/type of paper.

4. Draw
If you would like your inside piece to be made with your Cricut as well, pick any writing fonts you like and create your saying. I used the fonts Cricut Sans and Telegram Text. I also added the snowflake elements. Select what color you would like from the drop down menu next to operation and your Cricut will instruct you on when to change the pens.

5. Piece Everything Together
 
The larger rectangle goes on the top of the base piece and the smaller one on the bottom. Flip your base piece around and add the piece with the text on on inside top. Glue the sides of the bottom section so there is a pocket for the gift card.

Glue the smaller circle on top of the scalloped one. Glue this piece to the center of the outside band strip. Loosely put the band around the outside of the whole piece and glue the band together. Make sure you are able to slide it on and off.

I added a sticker and the text pieces to the top of the circle, but you can embellish however you would like.

*I got my inspiration for this project from Klompen Stampers 

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Laura is the Graphic Designer for Craft-e-Corner, who loves all things arts and crafts. She enjoys spending time with her two young kids and husband, being outside (when it is not freezing in WI) and is a huge animal lover.

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