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Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Technique Challenge

Today I challenge you to make a gift card holder, but not just an ordinary gift card holder, here is a little Santa Coat(shirt) holder to spruce up a card or two for the gift giving season :)

Here is the card I made to show you how fun and addictive these little shirts can be.


Bonus Challenge: I challenge you to change up the Shirt, into something like a Christmas Elf, or Snowman type Shirt. If you take on this bonus challenge I'll draw a name for an RAK using Random Generator.

We can't wait to see what you end up with.
Happy Carding Ladies

Here are the instructions:













Be Careful!!!! NOT to glue the inside front of your shirt to the back, or your gift card will not fit inside. You also tack down the sleeves so they don't make your shirt stick up.


I used Tulip Puffy Dimensional Fabric Paint to do the trim on the coat. It's fun to use, just paint it on where you want it, let it dry for a couple of hours and then heat it with your embossing gun and 'poof' you have a puffy trim.

Here are the Design Team cards:

TEZA
ANN
LAURIEADRIENNE
Aren't they just the cutest!! Can't wait to see YOUR creative cards for this challenge!!!!

10 comments:

Jacqueline said...

Those are soooo neat!

Pamela said...

Oh my goodness...these are awesome.

Manhattan Scrapper said...

Thank you so much for this! It led to the perfect card for a Pastor friend of mine.

It's in this post on my blog.

Woo-hoo! 2 down, 3 more to go!

Michelle Clark said...

Oh so way cute. I've got to try these.

hannie said...

thank you for the steps, definitely going to try for it.

flipflops4sherri said...

Oh I love these. I just made one and put it on my blog if you want to check it out http://sherri-iloveflipflops.blogspot.com/

Cheryl said...

These shirts really are neat. I might try finding time to do one of these also.

{ erin } said...

This turned out to be one of my cutest cards EVER! thanks for the fun idea!!

Here's my pink "show jacket" version: http://scrappyerin.blogspot.com/2008/10/baby-its-cold-outside.html

Jackie said...

I had so much fun doing this one. After I made the actual shirt I then cut papers to "dress" it up. I didn't like a plain shirt LOL

Jackie said...

This is great. I've just uploaded my card to my blog
HERE