• Lana

ALL Cricut Design Space Gift Card Holder Designs

Updated: Jan 28, 2021





Cricutmaker Gift Card Holder Requirements:

- You can use any Light Card Stock for the envelope part, I like the textured kind of paper.

- Poster card stock for the inside pull-out tab, it needs to be thicker than the outside envelope.

- Scoring Tool (sold separately from Cricut machine).

- Glue (hot glue recommended for fast drying time).


I thought I would put all of my gift card holder designs in one post so it's easy to find. I have a sizable amount of projects on Cricut Design Space now and I'm finding it's getting difficult to find what I'm looking for!


I started making these gift card holders because every year the room parents for my kids' school would gift a "giving tree" with gift card contributions to the teachers. It's usually during the holidays or at the end of the year which is why I made both all purpose and holiday designs. So now, whenever we have a giving tree, I send my daughters to school with one of these to hang on the tree! See links to all of my designs below!


Important Note: Once you click on the link below to use my design, enter your login if you're not already logged in. Afterwards, you might see a notification at the bottom of your screen. Click the green "CLOSE" button on the bottom right to see the "Make it" button! It's hidden behind the notification at the bottom of the screen. The cost is free so you should be able to make it immediately.


Hanging Gift Card Holder made by Cricut
Cricut Holly Gift Card Holder


Snowflake Gift Card Holder
Cricut Design Space Snowflake Gift Card Holder

Moon and Stars Gift Card Holder
Cricut Design Space Moon & Stars Gift Card Holder

Design Space Gift Card Holder
Cricut Design Space Pentagon Gift Card Holder


Cricut Design Space Gift Card Holder
Cricut Design Space Arrow Gift Card Holder

Tips:

- Use a hot glue gun to put together this fast. I hear craft glue is good, too.

- Remember to use light card stock for the envelope part.

- Remember to use poster card stock for the pull out part - this helps keep it's shape.

- Fold inwards on the scored side to make a clean fold.

- Fold the bottom of the envelop part on the OUTSIDE. This will make sliding the pull-out part easy in and out.

- Remember when cutting to switch the card stock selection when you make the inside versus the outside so the Cricut machine will know the proper pressure to cut the different cardstock thicknesses.


Important Note: Once you click on the link below to use my design, enter your login if you're not already logged in. Afterwards, you might see a notification at the bottom of your screen. Click the green "CLOSE" button on the bottom right to see the "Make it" button! It's hidden behind the notification at the bottom of the screen. The cost is free so you should be able to make it immediately.


Here is the link to the design again, I hope you enjoy it!

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