Quick Gift Set

Hello Everyone,
Have I got a deal for you!
Put these words together:
Quick,
Easy,
Gift Set: ( consisting of a matching card, envelope, tag and gift card holder)
1 piece of Designer paper
1 piece of co ordinating card stock
1/3 piece of Whisper White and small amount of ribbon.
What do you get?!...
JACKIE TOPA!
I was visiting her blog and came across this great way to use up some of your designer paper (don't try and fool me we all have oodles more than we can use...er right??... or is just me! haha.)
She even gives you a free download PDF for measurements and instructions. What a Star!
Here is the Link to her blog post for you.

And of course I had to show you a couple of my sets I made up. First up I used a piece of Saleabration designer paper and black card stock, with some yellow ribbon.


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I attached the tag to the Gift card bag.

This is the inside. It has an insert where you place your gift card.

Stamps used in this set were from: Perfect Pennants (all occasions catalogue), Hello Lovely, Wetlands.
You can really have as much fun as you like with the decoration part. I kept it simple

The next set I was playing with the sizes of whisper white a little bit but it is still the same design.
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This time I used some Gingham Garden dsp with Strawberry Slush card stock and the yellow ribbon (it was still on the table lol.)
I love the card and matching envelope they look good together.
And the gift card bag open.
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Stamps used in this set were from: Betsy's Blossoms (little daffodil yellow flowers)
Bring on the Cake, Happy Day.

So there you are... a really fun and quick way to present a gift for someone.
(and use up some of that designer paper! hehe.)
Give it a try. And check out Jackie's blog.

Have a great Mother's Day this Sunday.

Thanks for stopping by. Love hearing from you. Until next time. Vx

Comments

  1. What a nice set. I like the yellow ribbon :) Good choice! I'll be checking out Vicky's blog and her template.

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  2. Very pretty Vicki. Looks like you made a few of them too.!
    Louise

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