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Thanks for watching me on Living Dayton! I hope you enjoy making these Christmas Gift Card Holders!

Christmas Gift Card Instructions:

Thanks for watching me on Living Dayton!
I hope you enjoy making these fun Thanksgiving placecards!

Thanksgiving Placecard Instructions:

  • Cut Old Olive Cardstock to 5 1/2"x2" and score at 2 1/8" from each end
  • Punch each end with the Scalloped Tag Topper Punch
  • Write a name on one side using the Fine Tip Glue Pen
  • Sprinkle Gold Stampin' Glitter over the glue and set aside to dry
  • Punch 3 ovals from a scrap of Pumpkin Pie cardstock using the Large Oval Punch
  • Punch leaves from a scrap of Mossy Meadow cardstock using the Bird Builder Punch
  • Hand-cut a stem from a scrap of Mossy Meadow cardstock
  • Attach the punched leaves and stem to the back of the pumpkin, also using SNAIL
  • By this time, the glue should be dry to the touch
  • Attach a mini-sized candy bar to the inside of the placecard, between the score lines, using SNAIL
  • Tie the top of the placecard together using Gold Cord Trim
  • Attach the pumpkin to the placecard using a Stampin' Dimensional
  • Use SNAIL adhesive to attach the 3 ovals to each other to form a pumpkin shape
If you need supplies to make your Thanksgiving Placecards, click on any of the products pictured below to order through my Online Store:

Halloween Pencil Treat Instrucions:

This little pencil treat is a great alternative to giving candy. And it's super simple to put together, so you can assemble enough for all of your trick-or-treaters!

See the Product List below if you'd like to order supplies to make these yourself:
  • stamp "happy halloween", from the Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp set, randomly all over the cellophane bag, using the Jet Black Stazon stamp pad
  • insert 1 or 2 pens or pencils - use Halloween themed pencils for even more fun!
  • seal the bag by peeling off the tape cover and folding down the flap. Don't fold it down tight - be sure to leave some space above the pencils
  • using the Scalloped Circle Punch, punch 2 scalloped circles from the Cucumber Crush cardstock
  • place the punched circles at the top of the bag, one in front and one in the back, and lining up the scallops, secure with a stapler
  • punch a 3/4" circle from Basic Black cardstock. Adhere to the front Cucumber Crush circle using a Stampin' Dimensional, covering the staple
  • punch a 1/2" circle from Basic Black cardstock. Adhere to the 3/4" circle using a Stampin' Dimensional, offsetting it slightly - see picture for placement
  • using the Chalk Marker, draw the spider's face
  • draw the spider's legs using the Project Life Journaling Pen
  • using the alphabet stamps from the Calling All Heroes stamp set, stamp the word "BOO!" onto Whisper White cardstock
  • punch out the BOO! with the 1 1/4" circle punch. Adhere to the back Cucumber Crush scalloped circle, using a Stampin' Dimensional, to cover the back of the staple

Mummy Card Instructions:

What this short video tutorial to learn how to make a fun MUMMY card!

Mummy Card Supply List:

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