Tuesday, December 13, 2011

12 Days Of Christmas Blog Hop Day 2

For Cricut Craft Room's 25 Days Of Christmas Penguin post, click here.

Welcome to Day 2 of the 12 Days Of Christmas!

This is a 12 day hop filled with anything and everything Christmas.

If you are coming from Theresa, you are right on track.  If you just came across my blog and would like to hop along, please start over with Lisa as she is our lovely hostess.

There are some fabulous prizes and great sponsors for this hop so please make sure you follow the requirements for each day.

Here is the lineup in case you get lost...

Today is a gift card holder.  I feel that gift cards are so impersonal but are necessary in some cases.  If you are gonna give gift cards for the holidays, why not personalize the holder.  I went with clean and simple because you know in the long run it will get thrown away.

Paper is from my stash and Recollections Jolly & Bright
Martha Stewart corner rounder
3 Girl Jam crinkle ribbon-Holly Berry

Here is the inside.  To get this tutorial, please click here.

I'm going to give a big prize away to one lucky person.  The prize will be a secret for a couple of posts.  To win my grand prize, you must comment on all 12 days of the hop.

Reminder that some days may have individual blog candy besides my grand prize.

Please remember to stop back tomorrow for a new Christmas project.

Your next stop is Anita.


Tambo said...

Ashley, Love this gift card holder, but *gasp* thrown away? How could someone do something like that? I love the crinkle ribbon you used. tfs Tami

Tambos Creations!

jessica said...

What a great gift card holder!! Thanks for sharing the tutorial also!!
Julie's crinkle ribbon is my favorite :)

JaniceA said...

What a great and easy gift card holder!

Janet said...

Great gift card holder Love the traditional colors. Thanks for the tutorial!
Big Blog Hugs! Janet

Theresa said...

Super cute gc holder! I love when you can make things like gift cards a little more personal. Super cute job.

mamawcindy said...

Love your Gift Card Holder. Love the Pretty Ribbon. :0)
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Maria said...

very cute project

Anonymous said...

Love your design.

scrapperbecka said...

Love your GC holder, very neat.

Bunnyfreak said...

Love the bold colors.

pam said...


Cathy said...

Pretty card, I love this kind of gift card holder. Thanks for sharing.
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lindaplus3 said...

very very pretty gift card holder.. very nice ...:)lindaplusthree at yahoo dot com

Lisa R. said...

Great simple GC holder. Yes, it's sad to know our creations will get thrown away. I do have a friend that tells me she saves all the cards i send her. ;o) TFS joy4umetoo at hotmail dot com

Rachelle said...

What a cute card, I love the colors that you used.
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Babe O'Mara said...

Very nice card holder. I'm going to make some right now. TFS


bluecrayons said...

loving your card holder. ive never made one because i never gave a GC.

Craftingwithblue @ gmail.com

Paper Creations by Mindy said...

great card! love the idea - i have to make a ton of gift card holders this year

Liz said...

This card is simple but sweet....Love it!!!


AmyJRockstar said...

This is awesome! Thanks for the link. Love the pretty shade of green you used with that gorgeous bright red. :0)

XO ~ Amy Jo (follower)
amyjrockstar at gmail dot com

Jamie said...

love your gift card holder.. i really like the green with snowflake background thanks for sharing

Sherri said...

cute gift card holder. I like the way it's tied with the ribbon

Angiebug said...

great gift card holder. thanks for link. this will come in handy.
angiehbug at yahoo dot com

Tanya said...

great idea! thanks for sharing!

Heidi said...

I love the crinkly ribbon on this! Cute holder...always a good Christmas and birthday item! TFS.

CLM-cindylu2u said...

I'm a fan of gift cards and this is the perfect way to give them!!

shersl84bed said...

Everybody loves a giftcard and this is a very classy way to give one.

Smiles Sher
SherSL84bed at aol dot com