These gift card holder ideas will make your gift look all that more special. Sometimes you want to give a gift but you're not sure what give exactly. That's where gift cards come in so handy! Be it for a birthday, baby shower, or Christmas, you can make your gift cards look extra nice in a gift card holder. And, they aren't hard to make.
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Make Your Own Gift Card Holder
You see them at just about every store. Some stores, like the grocery, have them from many stores. Those gift card displays filled with great gift idea solutions. I know some people ask for specifically for gift cards for Christmas or their birthday because they want to pick out something specific for themselves. They're especially great to give when you don't know someone wants or want to make sending a gift from far away easy. Speaking of sending gift cards, here's a tip from experience. I would recommend sending your gift cards in a padded envelope or small box to lessen the risk of it being stolen.
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Here's an easy printable template to cut fold a gift card envelope. You can print it out as a pattern or print it directly on the backside of your decorative paper.
Make your children's teacher feel appreciated for all their hard work with this bookmark holding a gift card.
This one says it's for Valentine's Day, but really this printable would be pretty enough for anytime.
This pizza box gift card idea is so cute it makes me want to make it and I don't even have any little ones in school! LoL
Here's a creative and well illustrated tutorial to make pop-up style gift boxes for your gift cards.
These clever knitted cuties take about an hour to knit. It's like giving two gifts in one!
These make a great gift alone! Tuck in your gift card and they can reuse the holder for credit cards and such afterwards. The Link above (and Here) have the video plus pictures.