Welcome to the Everything ABC’s Blog Hop!
For this hop we will be featuring the letter G. This may be the name of a paper, a stamp set or an embellishment. Whatever the crafter has chosen as their G element will be featured in their post.
If you have just hopped onto my blog, please start at the beginning at Amber’s blog ~ Scrapper’s Therapy
If you came fromLinda Norman at Scrappy Therapy then you’re on the right track!
This week I want to feature one of my favorite cuts on the Ariste Cricut cartridge, this awesome gift card holder. There are 2 different designs of gift card holders on Artiste and they are super simple to assemble.
I don’t know about you but I never have liked giving gift cards. They just seem impersonal to me. I like to give a gift that has cost me something more than just money. I like to give something of myself with each gift. I like to put some thought into what my loved one would like to have, and then spend some of my precious time choosing just the right gift. Unfortunately, I am often clueless about what would be most appreciated, so gift cards are a practical solution, but the giving of them has always left me feeling…….empty. Then I discovered these fabulous little cards on Artiste! Now I can give a practical gift card and still pour myself into the choice of papers and embellishments to make the presentation extra special…….The best of both worlds!
I made this one with the Dotty for You paper from last year’s National Scrapbooking Month kit…..love these fun papers! The rosette is also from Artiste, there are several different designs of them on the cartridge. Artiste makes all that accordian folding super fast and easy! The flower in the center is from the For Always assortment. The sentiment is from the Remarkable Wreath (retired) stamp set, and I tied it all together with Paradise Assortment Baker’s Twine.
Your next stop on our Everything ABC’S blog Hop is Amber La Mons ~ Scrapper’s Therapy
Here is the complete lineup in case you get lost along the way:
1. Amber La Mons ~ Scrapper’s Therapy
2. Theodora Diamantopoulos-Stacey~ Celebrate Crafts
3. Shelly Nemitz ~ Just One Piece
4. Lucy Kelleher ~ Love 2 Create
5. Linda Norman ~ Scrappy Therapy
6. Kathy Johnson ~ Kathy’s Creative Corner <——————————-YOU ARE HERE!