Stampin' Up! Mini Pocket Envelope Dies Gift Card & Treat Holders for the Creative Cardiology Team November 2023 Giftables Blog Hop

8:00 AM Jessica Brigden 1 Comments


Welcome to our Creative Cardiology Team November 2023 Blog Hop!  This month our theme is "Giftable" items; paper crafted treats that can be gifted.
I used the Mini Pocket Envelope Dies to create these fun treat holders.  They are perfectly sized to fit a Ghirardelli chocolate, as well as a gift card or some money.  These treats are quick and easy to make and would be great to stick a couple in your purse when traveling to leave tips in.
To create the treat holder you just need a piece of 4 1/4" x 5" double sided Designer Series Paper; die cut with the Mini Pocket Envelope Dies, place adhesive on the tabs, and fold together on the score lines.

View my video tutorial for these Mini Pocket Envelope treat holders & more at!
I used the Delightful Floral DSP for this treat holder and decorated the front with a bouquet I fussy cut from the paper itself.  The stitched oval label die is included in the Mini Pocket Envelope Dies set.
I used the Bear Punch and coordinating Beary Cute DSP for the second treat holder to show the different looks that can be achieved just by using a different pattern of paper.  I folded the top flap closed and tied the treat with some Balmy Blue Sparkle Ribbon.
Thank you for visiting my blog  I hope you enjoyed my Mini Pocket Envelope Ghirardelli Treat Gift Card Money Holders.  Please be sure to click on the links below to visit the blogs of my Creative Cardiology Team and see what fun "giftable" projects they've created for you!

We'd love to have you join our Creative Cardiology Team too!  Select $125 Stampin' Up! product of your choice for just $99 + tax.  Shipping on your custom Starter Kit is free, and you'll receive a past Paper Pumpkin Kit too.  Visit to pick your kit today!  If you have any questions at all please reach out to me and I'll be happy to answer them for you.  
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1 comment:

  1. Very nice Jessica. I love the colors you use to with the flowers.