This cute gift card holder is one of the available images in Cricut Design Space included with Cricut Access. I’ve included a picture tutorial in the post of how to put it together.
This post contains affiliate links. This means, if you make a purchase through my links, I’ll receive a small portion of your purchase at no extra cost to you.
Aren’t these gift card holders so beautiful? In just a few easy steps you can create these fun holders that will give your gift a special touch. I used the *new* deluxe Cricut paper that is now available on Cricut.com. I’ve linked to the paper I used in the materials list down below. This paper makes the gift card holders so pretty!
Please note, this project requires a scoring stylus. If you don’t have one you can buy one —–> HERE. It is super easy to insert your stylus. I’ve included the steps below. It takes only a few seconds.
Gift Card Holders
(Click on any of the words below to purchase that item)
First of all you will need to open up Design Space. Go to Insert Images and in the top right hand corner search “gift card”. You should see the gift card image I used a little ways down.
- Cut out all of your pieces (make sure your scoring stylus is inserted in your machine). You should have a large outer card piece, an inner card holder piece and 4 decorative pieces.
- Carefully bend the large outer card piece and the inner card holder piece where they are scored. There are 3 tabs on the inner card piece which you will bend inwards and one tab on the other side that you will bend outwards.
- Carefully glue the inner card holder piece together by applying glue on the 3 tabs and pressing together.
- Glue the inner card holder piece to the large card piece using the tab that was bent outwards in the previous step. You want to glue it right where the score line is in the middle.
5. Glue two of the decorative pieces to each side, lining up the holes.
6. Glue two of the decorative pieces to the outside of the card holder.
7. Insert your gift card.
8. Tie with ribbon or twine and you are done!
You’ll want to keep making more of these especially with that beautiful watercolor paper.