You might think this seems a bit early – but come 12/1 believe me I’ll be GLAD to have done some of these up! All I needed was just a bit of Heather Bailey dreamy felt + a scrap of trim and flower from making memories I was on my way.
Just cut felt about 3/4″ wider than the gift card. Then stitch up the two sides.
Sew a bit of trim on to make a handle then cover that up with felt holly leaf + glued on flower
I drew the holly leaf on felt then cut out & stitched up middle just because. I love doing things just because.
Does anyone know what this edge stitch is called? I just call it super fab – I learned it in my sewing 101 class but don’t know what to call it anymore.
I think anybody would LOVE to get this clever display for their gift card this year. I’m going to be making more for sure – especially since start to finish was about 10-14 minutes. WOO HOO! I love a quick project.
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Love, love the design and simplicity. I may even do a few myself after I finish Halloween costumes. What is the flower made of? I know you said Making Memories but is it pre-cut flowers in felt too?
Oh good for you. You gotta love cute + simple + fast.
What a cute idea, I am sure whoever receives them will be very impressed.
Adorable! Way to get things done early…clapping for you! 😉
This is fantastic & puts such a personal touch on a gift card. Must put in an order at Heather Bailey. Stalk her blog often time to put my money there!
Very cute !
Is it a blanket stitch or overcast stitch ? I’m lucky if I can zig zag !
just too cute!
A very fun and neat way to display a gift card!!!
Oooh, I love this. What a great idea!!
Good idea for gift card holder. Thanks
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