My daughter wanted a coffee gift card holder, so I made this one for her to use. It is using the stamp set called Perfect Blend. It's been a very popular stamp set with many stampers since it came out in June of this year. I think the coffee cup is really cute and you can make it so many different ways too.
For the holder part of it, I used the card base Pop 'n Cut, you can get two holders out of one sheet of 8 1/2 by 11 inch card stock. Here I used Crumb Cake and using Crumb Cake ink and the Gorgeous Grunge stamp set, I used the splotch to make it look like coffee had spilled on it. For the cup, I stamped once on Very Vanilla, for lid, once on Crumb Cake for the sleeve and once on a scrap piece of Season of Style Designer Series Paper. Hand cut out all of the pieces, I did put the DSP and the lid onto another full stamped coffee cup, because I wanted it to be more sturdy I used some Linen Thread to tie around the sleeve to add some interest. Used some Cherry Cobbler and more Crumb Cake to make a flag and stamped the sentiment on it.
For the inside, I used more of the Season of Style DSP and Cherry Cobbler. Stamped the sentiment on a scrap of Very Vanilla and distressed the edges after punching it out with the Artisan Label punch. I used the Word Window punch to punch out where the gift card would slide into. I found the measurements for this card HERE.
This is all for today, I hope you have a fun week-end too! Mary