Money Holder

Christmas is just one week away, and if you’re like me, money and gift cards will be part of your holiday giving this year. Today I’m sharing a quick and easy money holder I created to make my monetary gifts a little bit more fun!

To create my card I:


  • I created a pocket with some polka-dot paper.
  • You can cut a 1/2 circle out of the top with either circle punch or the circle nestabilities from Spellbinders
  • I added a strip of green ribbon, a sparkly snowflake sticker, and a die cut sentiment from the Phrase Set 2 (Spellbinders)

Now it’s your turn to share what you’ve been creating this holiday season.  Be sure to stop by the CURRENT LINK PARTY and showoff any project that uses product(s) from companies Cropstop carries in the store!


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2 Responses to Money Holder

  1. I’ve never tried the color bursts; they left an amazing, beautiful result on your paper. The pocket inside your card is also something I’ve never thought of doing. I’m getting so many ideas from you, Esther. The black stands out wonderfully against the bright colors.

  2. Such pretty combo of colors, I have never tried heat setting my color bursts, I have always let them air dry, I will have to give that a try 🙂 Great idea, gift cards or money are the way to go on those ones that you just don’t know what to give.

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