I had to help make gift card holders for the dads at our church for Father's Day, so I wanted something that would be quick, cheap, and easy (in case you don't read regularly, that's how most of my projects are. I'm always looking for frugal ways to use stuff. I recently told my husband that if we had more money, I may not be quite as creative. He responded with a smile and said, "You're welcome!") .
While I was at it, I made an extra one for my dad. It just didn't feel right making a card for other dads, but not for my own dad:)
This would be great to do for Mother's day- using sheet music, old patterns, or old book pages. They would also be great for Teacher Appreciation going with a school theme. Why stop there? They'd be great for Christmas, birthdays, graduations. . . any time that you're going to give a gift card.
If you like using paper sacks, you could look at this post for incorporating paper sacks in scrapbooking.
Thank you for stopping by and God bless.
And you will seek Me and find Me when you search Me with all your heart.
This post is linked to Brassy Apple, Between Naps on the Porch, Making the World Cuter, and Craft-O-Maniac.