Tuesday, July 22, 2014

MINI Envelope Gift Card Tags

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 For my tiny creation, I made an envelope gift card tag.
 I used these adorable images in the digi Inky Critters.
I colored select areas using the simple one marker Copic coloring Technique.  I popped up just the scarves and used stickles and dimensional glaze on all colored areas. 
 This is one of my new Favorite Toys.  I just love this thing................the 
Envelope Punch Board by We R Memory Keepers
You have got to try it.....you can make finished envelopes of many sizes with this fabulous tool. 
I made up my envelope for a 3x3 card by did not score one side as I left it unfolded for my tag.
Here they are before I put my images and silver cord on them. 

Stamps: Inky Critters Digital Image (Tiddly Inks)  Paper:  Classic Kraft (Papertrey Ink), Neenah Solar White 80# Ink:  Printer, Copics: B00, YG21, E31, Y02 Accessories: Stickles Icicles, Silver Cord, Dimensional Glaze (Inkessentials), Scotch Foam Tape, Score Tape Techniques: Mini Envelope Gift Card Tags

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Annette Allen said...

aww i love love love these.. so totally cute Lisa..

~amy~ said...

These are sooo cute! I have that punch board but sadly it is still in its packaging...thanks for the inspiration!

Rosemary said...

dang those tags are cute, lisa!! may have to get that envelope punch board now, lol!!

lostinpaper said...

Soooooo cute Lisa, love the added dimension!

whoistracy said...

Wow, I honestly never heard of this punch board. It looks awesome! I hate buying envelopes in sizes I rarely use. Are the envies easy to make with this Lisa?

Susan Raihala said...

Lisa, these are positively adorable! LOVE the touch of glitter...it's perfect! What a clever gift card holder!

Vicki Dutcher said...

TOO ADORABLE! I also love my envelope maker! My sister gave it to me since she didn't think she would ever use it -- little does she know what a excellent tool she had! :) Have you tried making boxes yet? oh so fun!

Alex said...

Love this idea, thanks for sharing.


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