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    Graduation Cap Gift Card Holder

    Posted by  ·  May 7, 2015

    This DIY graduation cap gift card holder is a clever way to give that ever popular gift card. Just a few easy steps and you can make a memorable graduation gift!
    how to give a grad a gift card

    Graduation Cap Gift Card Holder Supplies

    ASTROBRIGHTS® cardstock in your choice of color
    graduation cap gift card holder template
    metal brad
    embroidery floss
    x-acto knife
    scissors
    glue spots (optional)

    graduation cap gift card holder supplies

    Use the printable graduation cap gift card holder template as a guide to cut out the cardstock.

    graduation gift card holder step 1

    Fold the top edge over.

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    Open the card up and make two slits that will hold the gift card.  Lay your gift card down first and mark where the slits will go. Make sure you make the cuts on a cutting board or mat.

    graduation hat gift card holder step 4

    Place the gift card inside.

    graduation cap gift card holder step 5

    Now you are ready for the tassel.

    How to make a tassel

    How to make a tassel

    Place a brad in the center of the hat. Slip the tassel under the brad then securely fasten.

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    Place a glue dot in the right corner to keep the card closed.

    graduation cap gift card holder step 7

    One festive graduation gift card holder in minutes!

    graduation gift card holder for grads

    How about making a graduation cap in your grad’s school color!  ASTROBRIGHTS® Papers is a line of vibrant color paper. Look at all the beautiful colors.

    astrobrights color personalities

     

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    astrobrights papersThis is a sponsored post. I only share products I use in my everyday life….and this paper is just one of those products.  All opinions and ideas are my own.


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    1. Annette Durfee
      Monday, June 13th, 2016
      You are so clever. Thank you for sharing!
    2. Sunday, May 10th, 2015
      HOW APPROPRIATE FOR GRADUATION. I AM NOT USING IT FOR A GIFT CARD,
      BUT SIMPLY TYING IT ON TO A PACKAGE. THANKS SO MUCH.
      PAM