Monday, 3 October 2016

Gift Wallet


A gift wallet is ideal when you want to give cash or a gift card which seems to be the common thing to do these days. Here is the one I made for the wedding we attended last weekend.



I used Shimmery White card (#121717) and Gold Foil Sheet (#132622). I cut the outside card 25cm x10cm and scored this at12.5cm. Inside cards were cut 24cm x 7cm and 2 pieces at 11 x 5.5cm and scored at 12cm. The outside card was embossed with the Elegant Dots folder (#138287). I pierced the 2 smaller pieces using the Paper- Piercing Tool (#126189), then I used the Crumb Cake Stampin' Write marker from the Neutrals Collection (#131261), so it appears that these pieces have been sewn. I sponged the edges of the card with Crumb Cake ink (#126975). The bells from the Seasonal Bells stamp set (#142104) as well as the sentiments from the Flourishing Phrases stamp set (#c141534, #w141531) were stamped with VersaMark (#102283). These were then embossed with Gold Embossing Powder (#109129) and set with the Heat Tool (#129056). The gold circle was cut with a (retired) circle framelit. I added a Gold Metallic Enamel Shape (#141678) to the top of the bells. One of the bells was attached with Stampin' Dimensionals (#104430). When taping the pieces together you need a strong adhesive, so the Tear And Tape Adhesive (#138995) is ideal for this.

Till next time,
Happy Stamping!

Lesley Jendra,
Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.

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