Hey guys, hope you're enjoying your Sunday. Today I'd like to share an envelope gift card holder I made for my mother-in-law's birthday. I was so inspired by Bona of livelovescrap on YouTube, that I just had to try and make one. You can check out Bona's YouTube videos here. She does amazing work and I love it!
This time, to make my envelope, I used the MS Scoreboard and the envelope attachment, instead of using my WRMK Envelope Punch Board. This was the first time I made an envelope using the scoreboard and it was surprisingly simple. So if you haven't tried making envelopes with your MS scoreboard, I highly recommend you try it out.
Here's my envelope gift card holder: I used MIYAKO from Sister Stamps. I believe she was one of the releases for Valentine's Day a while back. Please correct me if I'm wrong! I also used some washi paper (not washi tape), some lace, hydrangea flowers and some heart brads. I colored Miyako with my Copics and cut her out. The back of the envelope is plain and I used a Velcro circle for the closure. The bottom photo shows the inside of the envelope.
As you can see, it's a very simple project, and you can use it for any occasion. You can bet that I'll be creating these for Christmas! Anyhoo, thanks for stopping by and I hope you're staying cool. As I write this, I feel like I'm either getting heat stroke or am coming down with something. Until next time, take care.