Tutorial Time - Money Holder Card

This is an awesome card to give someone, if you are giving them money or a check. It can be used for graduation, birthdays, Christmas....the possibilities are endless. I got the instructions from Lisa Somerville. She is a very talented lady! Thanks, Lisa!

I forgot to include the music information on my video...music - Pocketful of Sunshine by Natasha Bedingfield.



Happy Birthday closed


Happy Birthday card open

Here is the graduation card I gave my niece, Caitlin, for her his school graduation.


Jeanne, I am not sure if Vicki W. has a blog. I got her name from Jenn. If I find it, I will let you know.

Happy Stamping!
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9 comments:

Connie said...

Very cool. This will definitely be a card I will keep going back to for graduation and birthdays. Thanks, I am always looking for great ways to give money and checks.

Stacy said...

Hey! I gave you an award on my blog, because your blog rocks! Thanks for all the fabulous tutorials. I can't wait to try to newest one.

Jenn said...

Awesome tutorial! It's just what I needed! I have a graduation to go to this weekend and I need something just like this for a gift. TFS!!! :D

Lubna said...

This is Vicki W.'s blog: http://wizardshangout.blogspot.com/

Love your blog by the way!

Jeanne said...

Kim, I just watched your tutorial and it was GREAT!!! Love this idea for gift giving. I am always impressed with your bows/knots and how you do them. I have to keep practicing...you make it look pretty darn easy!

Thanks to the commentor who shared Vicki's blog address.

Jess is done with school for the summer, but Amy isn't done until next Wednesday. I'm impressed that you are getting videos made with kiddos at home. :o)

Stacy said...

I tried this last night. So quick and easy! Again, thanks so much for sharing.

suehalven@yahoo.com said...

I just completed 4 Money Holder cards - woo hoo - thanks so much for all your inspiration. Watching your tutorials really makes projects seem manageable.
Keep them coming!
thanks,
Sue

Maricar said...

Kim,
Thanks for the tutorial. This seems easy enough. Now, I just need to make one ...
Thanks for the inspiration!

stampmonkey said...

Really cute money holder cards -- and thanks for the tutorial, Kim! tfs