Back to School Teacher Appreciation Gift Card Holder Card with Video Tutorial

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Hello there friends and crafty peeps! Well it’s almost back to school time.  One thing I thought would change when my kids grew up was how quickly summer seems to fly by . But sadly it still is over way too fast. I have a project to share for peeps with kiddos going back to class. Why not start the school year out on the right foot by  letting their teachers know how much you appreciate them.

Back to School Gift Card Holder Polly's Paper Studio 01

Isn’t this step card so charming and vintagy?

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I’ve got a Graphic 45 collection mash up here. I’ve used the cut apart sheet from the September page of Children’s Hour, and plaid and dots from Raining Cats and Dogs.

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Gorgeous flowers from Little Birdie Crafts coordinate perfectly! I’ve got them layered on some die cut leaves and tiny loopy bows of bakers twine.

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Of course the bow has to have polka dots too!!! That tiny TH clip is just the best accent for the little calendar page.

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Inside has a pocket to tuck in a sentiment tag and a gift card. Why not treat them to a restaurant or coffee shop card, or even a gift card to an office supply store in case they need something throughout the school year.

Please enjoy this video tutorial of how I created this fun step card….

You can find loads of crafty inspiration on our Polly’s Paper Studio YouTube Channel!

Graphic 45~ Children’s Hour, Raining Cats and Dogs

Little Birdie Crafts~Flowers

Really Reasonable Ribbon~twine, and ribbon

Wishing everyone a happy and productive day : ) G

 

 

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