Graduation Gift Card Holder

Graduation Gift Card Holder 1

Graduation Gift Card Holder 1

Hello friends!  This is Linh or LV Handcrafted across the socials. What is something every graduate needs?  MONEY! The Cap & Gown Graduation Gift Card Holder SVG is the perfect way to give the graduate in your life a gift card or cash to start their new adventure.

These gift card holders are so easy and fun to make. You can even personalize the tassel and ribbon to match the school colors of your grad.  If your cutting machine doesn’t have a scoring blade, here’s a tip – fold the graduation gown in half.  You’ll notice one side is larger than the other and has all the glue tabs on it.  With a blunt, rounded tool (like a ball stylus), you can trace along the edge of the gown and score the lines for your glue tabs!

Check out this short video to see this handy trick!

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Happy crafting!

LV Handcrafted

Graduation Gift Card Holder

Affiliate Disclosure: I may be an affiliate for some products recommended in this post. This means that if you purchase items through my links I will earn a small commission, at no extra cost to you. I only recommend products that I have personally used and enjoy and when you order through my link, it helps me continue to offer you weekly free SVG files, digital papers, scrapbook sketches, tutorials, and other fun things. Thank you in advance for your support! 

Puff Heat Transfer Vinyl

01 Puff Heat Transfer Vinyl

01 Puff Heat Transfer Vinyl

Hello friends!  This is Linh or LV Handcrafted across the socials. Sometimes it’s nice to make yourself a little something. I’m working with puff heat transfer vinyl on a zipper pouch, and used the Be Mine Retro Shadow SVG but conveniently left off the “Be”.  

The pastel PUFF Heat Transfer vinyl looks fabulous against black! I’m going to keep one of these and give the other one to my sister-in-law. These little canvas zipper pouches make for great little gifts!

Puff HTV can be tricky to work with. You do want to mirror your design when you go to cut it. Make sure you’re cutting into your vinyl and that the plastic carrier sheet is touching your cutting mat. 

You also want to preheat your substrate before you transfer your vinyl. Puff vinyl also needs a very firm press. So you want to use a firm mat under your substrate and adjust your heat press so you can give it firm pressure.  

I tried with just a small handheld mini heat press on the pink version and it got very minimal puff.

Puff Heat Transfer Vinyl

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NOTE: I used the TintNut brand of vinyl because it comes in a multi-pack with so many beautiful colors, but there is a bit of texture on the puff and it’s not a very dimensional puff.  I’ve heard great things about Siser brand puff vinyl and I’ll be trying that next!

Happy crafting!

LV Handcrafted

Puff Heat Transfer Vinyl

Affiliate Disclosure: I may be an affiliate for some products recommended in this post. This means that if you purchase items through my links I will earn a small commission, at no extra cost to you. I only recommend products that I have personally used and enjoy and when you order through my link, it helps me continue to offer you weekly free SVG files, digital papers, scrapbook sketches, tutorials, and other fun things. Thank you in advance for your support! 

Make a Sweet Wedding Card

01 Wedding Card

Good Morning PCC Fans!  Christi here from Scrapping For Tranquility.

Today I wanted to walk you through making a wedding card with PCC cut files Wedding Groom Tuxedo and Wedding Dress.  I am trying to get stocked up on my cards and with Summer coming it always seems I need wedding cards.  How about you?

Here is how my wedding card came out:

01 Wedding Card

With Printable Cuttable Creatables files, it is so easy to make a quick card.

Make a Sweet Wedding Card

I Started with my base made out of Neenah Solar White from 12 X 12 Cardstock shop.  I cut this at 10 in X 7 In.  I then folded on the 10in side to make a 5 in card.   I used my bone folder to make sure it was good and folded.  Then I turned the fold on the inside.  This is to prevent peeling or cracking on the fold line.

In the meantime I cut my SVG pieces of the tuxedo and wedding dress.  Using no shred glitter cardstock for the top layer of the dress, I really liked how the dress came out.  

I then cut a light gray rectangle at 5.75 in. x 6.75 in. to tape down on top of my base. I added one more layer of turquoise cardstock to match the tuxedo and cut a piece at 5.50 in x 6.50 in and taped it on top of the gray cardstock.

Using the Wedding Sentiments Stamp Set by C.C. Designs, I stamped a sentiment on the front and wrapped gray and turquoise ribbon, from my stash, around the card. 

Make a Sweet Wedding Card

I stamped this other sentiment on the inside, again from C.C. Designs Wedding Sentiments stamp set,  and I called it done.

Once again, here is my finished card:

Make a Sweet Wedding Card

Hope you enjoyed my tutorial and will join me on my socials.

Blessings,

Christi

Christi DT

Make a Sweet Wedding Card

Affiliate Disclosure: I may be an affiliate for some products recommended in this post. This means that if you purchase items through my links I will earn a small commission, at no extra cost to you. I only recommend products that I have personally used and enjoy and when you order through my link, it helps me continue to offer you weekly free SVG files, digital papers, scrapbook sketches, tutorials, and other fun things. Thank you in advance for your support! 

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