I was so excited to learn that Therm O Web had partnered with Gina K. to bring us amazing Therm O Web products, especially for cardmakers. This line has everything from cardstock to inks to coordinating foil colors and more! Plus, items like Foil-mates™, make it really easy to pull together a gift card holder and birthday tags that still pack that foiled punch!rk tow gina k 1

Gina K. Designs Tags and Gift Card Holder

Project Supplies:

Dots and Strings Gina K. Designs Foil-mates
Gina K. Designs Sheer Satin Fancy Black Ribbon
Single Stitched Rectangle Nested Die Set
Gina K. Designs Cardstock
Memory Tape Runner XL
Gina K. Designs White Satin Sheer Ribbon
Zots™ Adhesive Dots

Gina K. Designs Tag and Gift Card Holder Instructions:

Using the largest Double Stitched Rectangle die, die cut a piece of Grass Green cardstock and adhere only the bottom and sides to the foil covered Dots and Strings Foil-mates. Tie a Sheer Satin Fancy Black ribbon around and knot it towards the side. Next use Therm O Web 3D Zots™ to adhere the foil covered Foil-mates sentiment on top of the gift card pocket. Die cut a few stars from the Wild Dandelion cardstock and adhere with Therm O Web Memory Runner XL.

To make the birthday tags, use Gina K. coordinating cardstock, inks and foils.

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After covering the Foil-mate of your choice with 2 colors of foil, die cut the Foil-mate with the largest Single Stitched Rectangle Die. Ink up the Foil-mate, using Wild Dandelion ink for the glow of the candle flames.

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Cut another Single Stitched Rectangle out of coordinating Gina K Cardstock. Cut the cardstock in half and adhere the top at the top of the tag and the bottom at the bottom of the tag. Trim the edges and punch a hole from behind.

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Ink up the White Satin Sheer Ribbon with a coordinating color of ink and tie a knot in the tag. And that’s it! An incredible and shiny birthday tag made in a matter of minutes that you can create in a color to suit your recipient!

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Check out this short video where I walk you through the creation of the tag from start to finish!

Thanks so much for stopping by!

🙂 Rebecca