my favorite local market - which I thought might be nice to use over the summer - to splurge on some seafood or a nice steak for grilling. They also have wonderful produce, a yummy bakery and a fantastic prepared food bar. Something for everyone.
I decided to make a gift card holder to tie around a bottle of Izze sparkling lemon juice. I'm in love with their packaging, so that was a no-brainer. And it was a little different than just putting the gift card in an envelope and signing it.
On to the tag. Here's how I made them :
1. Measure your gift card. Mine was a standard size - just over 2" by 3 1/4".
Studio Calico's South of Market Turnip the Beet.
South of Market transparency for my tags.
1.5" circle punch, cut a notch at the top of your transparency. Line up the punch so you are only cutting a half circle from the top of the paper. This will make it easier for the recipient to pull out the gift card from the pocket.
South of Market woodgrain star sequins to mine.
10. Using a set of small alphabet stamps, stamp "enjoy" on some label stickers. Here I'm using an old-ish Hero Arts alpha set with the South of Market label stickers and Color Theory Clean Slate ink.
Turnip the Beet paper has a cool pattern to it. Cut the paper into 1" strips and then trim those down to 2" long. Snip a banner-like notch on the end.
South of Market printed chipboard.
tiny attacher to staple it in place and then stick on an enamel dot.