2-in-1 Card & Gift Card Holder handmade in fall neutrals

Not long ago I came up with a fun idea that incorporates a gift card holder to the front of a card. I thought I would share with you a detailed tutorial on how I make this 2 in 1 card and gift card holder, using beautiful Fall neutral colors and a washed Shabby Chic look. To view my tutorial click HERE

Fall inspired cards are always so pretty and even warm neutral colors look great together against a washed looking white background. Texture is everything when it comes to Fall projects, so I decided to dry emboss the white layer, add really textured handmade paper flowers and finish the card with jute twine! The touch of distress on the embossed background and flowers give the card a sutile mixed media look!

You will find that this card is not so hard to make and I hope also the step by step tutorial is easy to follow! To view my tutorial click HEREDon’t forget to like and share my guide by clicking on the little heart on the tutorial’s cover and/or by commenting below this post!

Hope you enjoyed today’s post!

Sharing my card with: Mod Squad Challenge – Get your Fall on / The Card Concept – Autumn Neutrals / The Color Throwdown – Challenge 363 / My Time to Craft – Autumnal Colors / Wags ‘n Whiskers – Use a die cut / CAS-ual Chic – Tic Tac Toeing / Classy Cards ‘n Such – Colors of Fall / Love to Create – Anything Creative / Mixed Media Goes / Frilly and Funky – Autumn Splendor / Cardz TV – Fun Folds / Fusion – Falling Leaves Bouquet / SSS Monday Challenge – Wonderful Watercolor (on my flowers) / Paper Sweeties – Inspiration Challenge / DLART – Thankful Thursday OL

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Crafty wife and mom / Blogger / Stamp Designer / Lover of all things paper / Deco Foil addict. Find out more about my creative world at www.gracielliedesign.com

34 thoughts on “2-in-1 Card & Gift Card Holder handmade in fall neutrals

  1. what a gorgeous card Gracie – beautiful colors and absolutely love the way you made the gift card holder – this is a keeper – definitely am going to CASE that idea. and thanks for your comment on my blog – good luck at Card Concept – your card looks like a winner to me!

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  2. The flowers remind me of the last of the ones in the yard that start to imply that fall will soon be here. Beautiful and handy design. The tutorial with all of the pictures was very helpful. Thanks for joining in the challenge this week at the Mod Squad.

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  3. Your design is beautiful!! I love all the texture on your card, the jute really sets it all off and compliments your beautiful flowers. Awesome way to incorporate a gift card!! Thank you for playing along with the Fusion Card Challenge!

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  4. This is such a clever idea! I love your shabby chic interpretation, so so pretty. I'm not very good at that style and admire anyone who can carry it off!
    Thanks so much for your lovely comments on my card. 🙂

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  5. This card is absolutely stunning! You have such a great eye for design and I adore the way you arranged the floral elements so thoughtfully. The color palette is gorgeous and the whole thing looks so sophisticated, yet effortless. I also really like the clever structure of the card. What a great way to present a gift card! Thank you so much for sharing such a remarkable piece with us for this week's Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog!

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  6. What gorgeous layers Gracielle!!! This is such a clever (and beautiful!) way to package a gift card. Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog a bit ago. I always love to hear from you.

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  7. Oh my lordy be … this is STUNNING, Gracie! From the flowers to the papers to the surprise gift inside — absolutely beautiful!! Thanks for sharing your lovely work with us this month at Paper Sweeties 🙂

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