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Wrapping Idea for Gift Cards


Wrapping Gift Cards can be a challenge! 

 I don't want to just throw the gift card in an envelope...that's boring.  Here's a fun easy idea.  Any tag cut will do with your Cricut.  Many of the carts have a tag feature.  For my tags I used my SU Sizzex Two Tags die.  I stamped this Tim Holtz Tall Trees stamp and added a little silver glitter glue for snow.  Then pop a little glue dot on the back of the card so it doesn't slide around.  


I picked up a multi pack of iTunes gift cards and tied the tags together using some bakers twine.

Here is the 2nd tag cut from the tag die.  It's a great tag to stamp "TO: & FROM" which I see I forgot on this one.  Then I added a little silver glitter glue to the swirly bits.

I picked up these brown mini Kraft bags from a packaging store last month, 100 for $4!  I am almost out.  They hold gift cards perfectly and you can stuff a ton in these bags.  I stamped again the Tall Trees stamp, attached the smaller tag with bakers twine and done!  EASY wrap job.

Here are all the gift bags I made for all the teens in my family.  My BIL &SIL are taking 4 of these home for Christmas.  These are small and compact enough to pack!

I'm always looking for new and unique ways to wrap gift cards.  I hope you try this if you are looking for an easy wrapping idea.  These bags and tags take minutes to whip together.

Scarppy Moms Stamps is having a fun challenge, "BAG IT"  Check it out and play, click HERE to enter.
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Comments

  1. Great idea. I love it.

    Be Blessed, Beckie

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  2. These look great, Nicole! I love the stamped trees.

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  3. Great ideas, love the tall trees... who makes that stamp? thanks for sharing!

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  4. Very cute idea! TFS. Love the tags
    Becka

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  5. You are so creative! I love them. My old blog is back and finally working..lol
    Hugs,jen

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  6. nicole, this are so cool! I love wrapping with kraft paper so this right up my alley!!!

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  7. What great ideas! These are adorable! TFS
    Miranda :)
    www.nanasscrapspot.com

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