Gift Card Holder Cut File & Foiled Rachel Vass Designs

Hey Crafty People!

When I saw the gorgeous Snowflakes release from Rachel Vass Designs, I knew they would look absolutely STUNNING in foil!

I used several of the snowflakes and also the Poinsettia, also from RVD’s latest release to decorate some homemade gift card holder cards.

I knew that I would be giving many gift cards this Christmas; it’s just so much easier when going shopping isn’t really an option!

I decided to make my own cut file using Sillhouette Studio and I am so happy with how it turned out!!

Once I had the basic cut file made, I used several images and sentiments from RVD’s December release to decorate them. I used print & cut to print each design and then allow my Cameo 4 to cut and score to make the card holders.

I coloured the Poinsettia images using Copic markers, just really quickly without trying to get a perfect blend.

Then I ran through each gift card holder through my laminator, with various Fab Foils from WOW.

I absolutely ADORE how they turned out, especially because they are a perfect fit for a gift card!!


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