Day 2 of Home for the Holidays: Welcome Tami Bayer!

I first got to know Tami when she was working with Scrapbook News and Review.  She challenged me to get involved in an ATC (Artist Trading Card) swap.  I loved it.  I finally got to meet her at the Craft and Hobby Association Craft Show this past summer as one of the new Lead Fiskateer for Fiskars.  Not only is she talented, she is a wonderful person as well.  She is really a great Ambassador of Crafting.

Welcome Tami Bayer!

I like to give my nieces and nephews gift cards to go shopping with. I love to get the interactive gift cards that play music or have little lights on them, and I include a little candy in their package.

I make my own holders to fit the size of the gift card. Here's a tutorial for one of the gift cards holders I'm making this year. I haven't yet gone shopping for the gift cards, so I'll probably have to amend the dimensions a bit, but the basic idea works no matter the size you need.

The dimensions of this are 4 1/2" x 9" and it's scored at 3 1/4" and 6 1/2". It goes together really simply and using a double sided cardstock makes a sturdy card. You can use any ready made embellishments you have left over from other projects as well.

I hope you'll find time to make a few gift card holders this season.



Tami Bayer

Fiskars Brand Ambassador
Fiskateer #804
http://www.fiskateers.com/

From Debby
Thanks Tami!  We buy a lot of gift cards.  This is a great way to make a gift card a handmade gift!  Tami creates some wonderful tutorials for the Fiskateers blog.  Visit Tami at any time at the Fiskateer Blog.

Stop in tomorrow for another guest blogger for 12 Days of Home for the Holidays.

Comments

  1. This is a great tutorial Tami, thanks for all you do as a Fiskateer lead!!

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  2. Love Tami's gift card holder. I also love her creativity and she likes to get inky ! wahoo !

    thanks !

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  3. great tutorial - those giftcard holders are very cute

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  4. loved the tutorial and gift card is so cute!!!

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  5. What a fantastic video! Thanks very much Tami! Thanks for the introduction Debby!...Nancy :o)

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  6. Love that gift card holder and I love Tami's style!

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  7. Love the tutorial!!

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  8. Thanks Tammy for the gift card tutorial.

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  9. What a clever idea!!! I love it!! And I have that paper too!!! I just love it!!! Will have to try that this weekend!!! Thank you for the wonderful video!!!!

    ~Lindsay~

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  10. Wonderful tutorial!!

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  11. LOVED the tutorial! I'm making some of these for xmas for sure. Thanks so much for sharing this technique!

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  12. I LOVE TAMI'S TUTORIAL,THANKS FOR SHARING.

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  13. Wow, I'll have to slow that down and watch it again. I love the whole project!
    Merry Christmas

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