How to Make a Flap Fold Gift Card Holder – Tutorial – Galina Filippenko

Hello everyone! It is Galina here. Thanks for stopping by.

For today I used Circle Layering die set, Perfect Petunia die set and Petal Pattern Stencil to create an easy flap flop card. This card design works great when you need extra room for sentiments or to put something inside a card. I added a pocket to add a gift card.

Here is the video to show you how I made this card.

I first applied Nuvo Hybrid Inks and then I apply Nuvo mousse using the stencil to create a pattern for the card background and I leave white space in the centre for the sentiment. You can add a circle die cut on top to cover the raw edges but I like things to be more organic.

To embellish this card I cut a lot of flowers from vellum and I shaped them a bit with the Tonic Crafter’s Card Creaser.

And I adhere flowers on the flap with liquid glue. That helps me to move a bit my flowers to find the best position for them.

Inside of my card, a made a simple pocket for a gift card. I cut out a piece of green cardstock and glue it onto the card base.

Have you ever made cards with a flap? If no, I hope you will try this fun technique and will share with us your projects!

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

Galina

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