Hello! Kathy here, creating art for Imagine Crafts! Today’s project is a treat/gift card holder for Valentine’s Day but it is also about ADHESIVES! Adhesives aren’t the focus on most tutorials so let’s change that today.
.Skill Level: Easy
Time to complete: 1 Hour
Cut 3 pieces of a layering weight, white card stock to 4” x 11”. This will be enough for three holders. You don’t need a heavy weight card stock as we will be scoring, folding and adding a layer of patterned paper.
Cut 3 panels of patterned paper to 3.5” x 10.5”. I had this fabulous patterned paper from Kat Scrappiness in my stash which is perfect for Valentine’s Day!
Here is where the adhesive comes in! You will attach the patterned paper panels to the white card stock. The Tear It! Tape from Imagine Crafts is SO easy to use. It is a strong double-sided adhesive AND you don’t need to reach for your scissors every time you want a piece. Just tear it! It tears so easy! We will also be using the On Point Glue and I will give you a tip in a second. The On Point Glue comes in a small bottle with a micro tip. The cap of the bottle has a built in pin that fits in the micro tip when you close the cap so it never gets clogged! No more losing those pins!
Add your Tear It! Tape to the back of all four panels on all sides. Here’s a tip, pull up only a bit of each back and a bit of On Point Glue to the exposed area. Then flip the panel over and align to your white card panel. This allows some wiggle room for you to align the panels perfectly! Once the patterned panel is aligned press down the areas of exposed adhesive and then gently pull the backing paper off from each side.
Now it’s time to score and fold. You will score as indicated above and fold in the manner shown.
Now it’s time to add a little decoration! I used a heart die and coordinating stamps. I stamped using VersaColor Cardinal ink. For the sentiment I used VersaFine Clair Nocturne Ink. Foam tape was added to the lower half of the heart. The reason for this is so the flap of the holder can tuck under the heart. I also added foam tape to the sentiment, adding a bit more dimension to the design. These were SO easy to create and you could change up the design for ANY occasion. I haven’t put anything inside yet. A gift card fit perfectly inside, just add some temporary adhesive to the back of the gift card. You can also adhere a small cellophane bag filled with small treats and adhere it or add a bit of temporary adhesive to the back of a fun-size candy bar! Perfect for Valentine’s Day and Halloween!
I hope you enjoy this card and the tutorial. Thanks for stopping by I appreciate all of you! Please head over to the Imagine Crafts website to see all the beautiful products. Here is the link IMAGINE CRAFTS.
• Kat Scrappiness Patterned Paper
• Heart Die
• Coordinating Heart Stamp/Stencil
• Scor-Pal scoring tool
• Spellbinders Platinum 6 Die-Cutting machine
• Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 110lb
• Paper Trimmer
• Teflon bone folder
• Foam Tape