• Lana

Free Cricut Classic Hanging Gift Card Holder with Diamond Cutouts Design

Updated: Jan 28, 2021


A beautiful envelope to hold gift cards on your giving tree.
Cricut Hanging Gift Card Holder with Diamond Cutouts

Cricut Hanging Gift Card Holder with Diamond Cutout Requirements:

- Any Light Card Stock for the envelope part.

- Poster card stock for the inside pull-out tab.

- Scoring Tool (sold separately from CricutMaker machine)

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


Important: 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.


- Link to my Design (tips included below):


Now that it's officially holiday season with all of the holiday stuff out in the stores in full force, it's time to get to making more of these gift card holder designs! This is by far my most popular design that I made on my Cricut. It has an insert that you can pull in and out easily to retrieve the gift card. I also added a little gift tag so you have a place to put the to and from on it.


I really love making these hanging gift cards, it's very satisfying to put them together. For this one, I made diamond cutouts. If you look closely, I scored a diamond on it in the middle to complete the look. The paper stock I use for these really make a difference in the look and feel - it gives it a classic look. I got the paper stock from Michael's and the brand is 'DCWV'. I love the textured version of their paper! For the insert, I used a thicker poster cardboard-like stock that I got from Target.


Below is a picture of how the insert can easily be pulled out for quick access to the gift card.


Cricut gift card holder with easily accessible gift card.
CricutMaker Opened Gift Card Holder


Tips:

- Use a hot glue gun to put together this fast.

- 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!


Important: 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, happy Cricutting!


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