“Pretty Paper, pretty ribbons…” It’s Christmas time and wrapping season. My presents start out pretty, but by the end I’m just trying to get it done (does that happen to anyone else). Gift cards make a great gift, however giving a plain old gift card is borrowing. Also not pretty. Coffee shop gift cards are very popular and I’m sharing a coffee cup gift card holder using your Cricut.
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It’s Day 9 and we are sharing Pretty Gift Wrapping Ideas!
Coffee Gift Cards are perfect for so many people in your life:
– bus drivers
– gift card exchange
Creating a coffee cup gift card holder can be personalized for each person by the paper you choose. The hardest part of this is choosing the paper, their is so much pretty Christmas scrapbook paper (just make sure it’s card stock).
Here is one I made with a gingerbread.
Here is another with a cupcake and a little sparkle.
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Let’s Create a Coffee Cup Gift Card Holder
Use this Cricut Design Space File- Coffee Cup Gift Card Holder to create your gift card holder. The gift card holder is sized to fit in a 5×7 envelope. Add any small detail you would like to the gift card, for example a Christmas tree or Santa or a cookie, or a bus or a pencil. Their are lots of choices in Cricut Design Space™.
Cut your design using your Cricut Maker (or any Cricut model that uses Design Space). You will need your Scoring Stylus for the gift card holder. If you have a Cricut Maker, you will have to edit tools for either the scoring stylus or the Cricut Scoring Wheel .
Start with the top and bottom of your cup, add the lid piece and then do the center part.
For this one I did a Santa hat and added 3D Pop Dots on the hat.
The gift card holder goes on the back of the coffee cup. Just fold it on the scoring lines and glue it together, then glue it to the coffee cup.
Give your pretty gift card coffee cup holder and make someone’s day. Just be creative and make it pretty. Happy Wrapping!
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