DIY felt gift card holder by kojodesigns

    Posted by  ·  November 24, 2013

    Welcome to the Bake Craft Sew Along! If you love to sew then you won’t want to miss a day of sewn handmade gift ideasAccording to Kelly is featuring gifts that can be crafted and A Southern Fairytale is sharing recipes perfect for making edible gifts! Don’t forget to enter our SEW Amazing Giveaway. Just visit kojodesigns today.

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    Hello Skip To My Lou friends! I’m Kirstin, half of the sister team that blogs at kojodesigns and Shiny Happy Sprinkles

    felt gift card holder tutorial

     and I’m thrilled to be here today sharing a tutorial to make a felt gift card holder.

    felt gift card holder tutorial

    Even though there is a bit of debate about giving gift cards as gifts (naysayers claim gift cards are just too impersonal), I kind of love them. Probably because I love receiving gift cards. And adding one of these felt gift card holders to the mix adds a bit of handmade flair.

    felt gift card holder tutorial

    To make one, cut a rectangle 8″ x 4″ rectangle of felt. Fold the bottom third up and sew along both edges. Trim the top flap to match the sewn edges. Clip each bottom corner. Then trim the top flap into a triangle. Add adhesive velcro to help the gift card holder close.

    felt gift card holder tutorial

    And you’re done.

    felt gift card holder tutorial

    Your gift card just got a little more festive!

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    Thanks for having us, Cindy. Come on by and visit us at kojodesigns anytime, friends (a few of our favorite holiday projects? This Thanksgiving Leftover Station, these retro fabric Christmas lights, this simple advent calendar, and this wool wreath).


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    1. Wednesday, May 7th, 2014
      Thanks to Kirsten for sharing this simple and cute idea.