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Welcome to a fun-filled Graphic 45 blog post. Today, Kasia Bogatko will teach us how to create Butterfly Gift Card Holders using our Olde Curiosity Shoppe - Deluxe Collector’s Edition and Policy Envelopes in an easy to follow YouTube video tutorial. These cute envelopes are perfect for any occasion, and simple to create. But before we dive in we have our Club G45 Flutter Calendar Box & Notepad Kit winner to announce!
Blog Contest Winner
This prize package included a Club G45 Flutter Calendar Box & Notepad Kit, a $50+ value.
The winner is… Sharon L Gullikson!
This is what Sharon had to say on our Leaf Shapped Tags post: “What a CUTE idea, why didn't I think of that?? THANKS”
We thank you all for participating in this contest, we love reading your comments. Sharon, please email email@example.com to claim your prize.
#Simply G45 Gift Card Envelopes
“Today I have for you an idea for spring envelopes. They will work perfectly as a pack of gift cards or for money.
To make it as simple as possible, I used ATC police envelopes as a base. Of course, if you would like to give something bigger, such as a coupon, invitation, use a larger envelope.
I used here butterflies from one of the pages from the Olde Curiosity Shoppe collection, they have various sizes and colors, you will surely find one that will fit your vision. I stuck the butterflies on a piece of moss to add more spring and special character to the envelopes.
I do not know if you like fussy cutting, but I'm not really. Butterfly antennae are especially problematic - I cut them off by accident mostly. So I have an idea for you that will revive butterflies. Just a piece of ordinary wire, from which we form the body and antennas. The most convenient way to do this is by wrapping a wire around a stick or a thin brush. Butterflies prepared in this way look definitely much more interesting.
I made a video for you so that you can see more accurately how I prepared these little gift envelopes.
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These policy envelopes are just too cute! Kasia, thank you kindly for sharing these techniques so we too could learn how to take our fussy cut butterflies to the next level. We want to thank each of you for stopping by as well. We do hope you try this tutorial out and when you do be sure to share your projects to Instagram using the #Graphic45 hashtag. Have a wonderful day, and as always...