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Fun Fold Gift Card Tutoial With Bird Ballad Designer Series Paper

We all give gift cards for all occasion, from graduations to weddings and birthdays.  This is an easy, cute gift card, and it's made with Designer Series Paper! This awesome card was CASED from Ronda Wade at Creating Success.

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To make this card, you will need Bird Ballad Designer Series Paper (or other of your choice), 5 1/2 x 11 1/4"  Score this on the 11 1/4" side at 4 1/4, 5, 

5 3/4, 6 1/2, 7 1/4"  This will make a small accordian fold that looks like this when folded:

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Start with the middle fold at 5 3/4" and fold like a regular card.  Accordian fold on either side.  This will create a center valley to insert a gift card or cash.  The front will be about 1/4" shorter than the back when folded.  This will show the reverse pattern on the DSP along the right front of the card as shown below:

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Use tear and tape along the two valley folds on the spine along the front side of the card.  Flip it over to the inside, and use tear and tape on either end of the center fold, creating a pocket to insert gift card or cash in the middle.

Use the Starburst punch for the starburst shape behind the sentiment tag on the front.  Stamp Whisper White card stock with sentiment and punch out with Pretty Label Punch.

Use 5 x 3 3/4" piece of card stock for inside of card, and bush up against center fold so it doesn't show along the right front side of the card.

I used sentiments from the Above the Clouds stamp set.

Supplies are listed below.  Click on any of the icons to order from my online store.  Place a $50.00 order before tax and shipping and use the Hostess code for July and receive the beautiful Frosted Flower Sequins pictured to the right.  Hope you enjoyed this tutorial!

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