Today we are making a tri panel Stampin Up Gift Card Holder. We are using the gorgeous Winter Meadow paper and the Christmas Classics Bundle. Find these products in the 2023 September to December Mini Catalogue.

Stampin Up Christmas Classics Gift Card Holder

Measurements for Stampin Up Gift Card Holder

Firstly cut your piece of cardstock 14.8cm high and the length of a piece of A4 cardstock (29.7cm). Score at 10cm and 20cm which leaves the fist two sections 10cm wide and the 3rd section 9.7cm wide. This narrower section if the one that folds inwards first. Next you need 4 pieces of DSP 9.7cm x 14.5cm and one piece 6cm x 13.5cm. Finally you need 3 bits of cardstock. First one is 6.3 x 13.8cm and is the same colour as base card. Cut a second one 9.4 x 14.2cm in a coordinating colour (like Lost lagoon). Third piece is a piece of Basic White 9.1x 13.9cm. You can see the panels in the picture below.

This is after you open the front cover of the card.

Stampin Up Winter Meadow for Christmas 2023

Next you open the right hand side and get this view.

Stampin Up Gift Card Holder for Christmas 2023

Tip for making the curved indent.

Now we want to make the area that allows you to tuck the gift card inside. First, adhere the smallest piece of DSP you cut, to the smallest DSP piece. Next use a circle punch to cut out a semi circle.

I have a good tip to add the look of a coordinating cardstock edge to this. Choose a Stampin’ Write marker or Stampin’ Blends the same colour as the mat. Put the marker nib against the edge and slant about 45′ towards the DSP and gently rub around the edge. Lastly, adhere this to the right hand inside panel of the card on the top, right and bottom sides. Tear and Tape is good to use for this as it’s extra strong.

Decorating the front of the gift card holder card.

Here’s a closer look at the front. Stamp the sentiment from Christmas Classics in Lost Lagoon onto Basic White. Punch out with a 2 1/4″ circle punch. Next punch a 2 3/8″ piece of circle of Blueberry Bushel cardstock, and cut another piece in the same colour 3.8 x 8.2cm. Die cut the small foliage piece twice in Lost Lagoon and once in Pretty Peacock.

Adhere the Blueberry Bushel straight to the card front, a little above the centre line. Next adhere the rectangle of Blueberry Bushel over the top, Finally the punched sentiment is adhered with Dimensionals over the top. Attach some silver Festive Pearls, the die cut foliage and a silver metallic bow (links to these items at the end of the post). The bow and foliage were attached with a glue dot.

Make a Stampin Up Gift Card Holder

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You can find any of the the products used in today’s project by using the links at the end of the post.. There are three ways to purchase – either online, or you can also contact me by phone or email and order them directly. Payment is via credit card online or by direct deposit or credit card when you order direct. You can view the other products I have used, by viewing the links at the end of the post.

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Thanks for checking out today’s project. Have a great day and I will see you back here again soon.


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