Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Father's Day Gift Wallet


This is a project that I saw on Tracey's Blog here.  I've adapted it slightly but the principle is the same.  A wallet to hold a gift card on one side and a photo or message on the other.  This could be an alternative to a card as with a white gel pen you write a message below the opening for the gift card.  Here's the inside - 


To make this I cut a rectangular piece of Chocolate Chip.  I corner rounded the corners.  I went round the edges with my white gel pen to make some faux stitching.  Then I embossed it with the square lattice embossing folder.  I added a strip of crumb cake punched out with the word window punch with a brad before attaching it half way down the side of the wallet.  The inside was decorated with Daffodil Delight designer paper from the brights stack.  The bottom half was covered with some more Chocolate Chip card.  Both were corner rounded.  I added some faux stitching again using the white gel pen.  The side for the pocket was only stuck down on 3 sides leaving the top for the gift card to slide in.  The opposite had a window made with Chocolate Chip card and some acetate.   I decorated the front with the Father's Day stamp from Occasional Greetings and mounted it onto some Chocolate Chip card. 

Of course this could be adapted for lots of occasions and makes giving a gift card that little bit more special.  

Thanks for looking.  x 

Materials used
All Stampin' Up! unless otherwise stated

Card - Chocolate Chip, Whisper White
Ink - Chocolate Chip
Stamps - Occasional Greetings
Paper - Daffodil Delight Designer Series Paper Stack
Tools - Word Window Punch, Corner Rounder, Square Lattice Embossing Folder
Other - Acetate, Brad from my stash


5 comments:

Suze Bain said...

This is a fab little project Aileen. The embossing and faux stitching are so realistic. xx

mustavcoffee, Gay Peplow said...

Hi Aileen, It's a great idea and very masculine, I love it, Gay xx

shobanarravi said...

So clever! Fab idea! Yours has turned out super! :)

Vicky Hayes said...

I love this idea Aileen - the embossing folder is fab used like this! Vx

Sue said...

Great idea makes a realy ordinary gift special thanks for shreing Luv Sue x

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