Monday, December 8, 2014

Project of the week with Repeat Impressions Stamps Coffee Cup Gift Card Holder

Hi Everyone,

 Deonna Here, I have a Tutorial for Coffee Cup Gift Card Holder for my Project of the Week for Repeat Impressions at A House that Stamps Built.
I used Christmas paper so that I could use this as a Christmas Thank you!

Supplies used:

Coffee Mug Pattern-printed out

Designer Cardstock-DCWV, Recollections

Cream and White Cardstock

Black Momento ink




Repeat impressions Rubber Stamps-9303-P, Thanks a latte'
1" inch Circle punch



click and print

1. Print out Pattern onto White Cardstock and Cut out each piece. Pattern attached. Keep this to make as many as desired.


2. After cutting out all of your pieces above, fold your Designer Cardstock in Half and trace the pattern on the backside with the bottom of the pattern lined up on the fold. Add strips of Scor-tape to each side of one half the cup pattern while still on the backside. Flip over so that your print is on the outside fold, remove the paper from the tape and adhere together. Set Aside.

3. Trace your inside cup pattern onto desired Designer cardstock and cut out.

4. Repeat the tracing of the two lid pieces onto desired cardstock and cut out. Apply 1 piece of Scor-tape across the center of the lid and adhere the small strip to the larger lid piece.

5. Using your Cutout lid that you just put together in step 4 and your small inside cup pattern that you just cut out in step 3, Run a piece of Scor-tape across the top of the Cup Pattern, Remove the paper side of the adhesive and line up the upper part of the patterns together. This should allow the lid to go over the top of the larger cup pattern and still be attached to the inner cup. Then you may slide your smaller cup into the pocket of the larger. 

6. Cut a piece of cardstock to 2x4 inches. Run this piece through your crimper and remove. Using your Scor-tape,apply to the center of your large coffee cup that you created in step 2. Trim edges with your Scissors.

7. Grab your Repeat impressions stamps and stamp onto desired cardstock using your Momento Black ink pad. Cut out the mug with your Scissors and using your 1" circle punch, punch out the sentiment. Adhere to your center band and fasten your gift card to the inside and you have a wonderful gift card holder complete.

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Have a Wonderful Day!!



Cara Malmrose said...

Very cool made with the Christmas paper!
Thanks for the Template!

Jacqui Robinson said...

What an unusual design really great for our challenge. It's cool. Jacqui DT Open Minded Crafting Fun Challenges

Kay Wallace said...

Great make for the December Stampotique Designers' Challenge, Deonna! Great tutorial, great design and great art! Thanks for participating in this month's Stampotique Designers' Challenge!

Jeanette (Forest Ranger) said...

Very creative!

Thank you for participating in the OSAAT "Anything Goes with Lace" Challenge!

maureenjscott said...

fantastic! what a great idea! Thank you for joining our Unusual Christmas Challenge at Open-Minded Crafting Fun this fortnight! Mo xxx

Aluna said...

Thanks for tutorial ;) I like your project. Thank you for joining us at Open-Minded Crafting Fun. Good Luck, Joanna DT

Basement Stamper said...

Great tutorial, love the coffee cup. Thanks for joining us at Stampotique Designer's Challenge this week-unfortunately we've had to delete your creation for not stating the challenge # it was for after your name-please feel free to re-link up and again, thanks for joining us!

samara navi said...

Gorgeous! Thanks for joining us at OSAAT. Good luck - Hope to see your creations again. Samara DT - OSAAT

Lexie said...

Fabulous tutorial...great project. Thank you for joining us over at the Scribble and Scrap Challenge. Good luck.