Friday, December 24, 2010


Thank you so much your comments and emails about my brother!   I appreciate them and your prayers so much!  Kevin has made it through the first 24 hours and is now off the ventilator.  He still has a rough road ahead of him with more surgeries, etc., but he's one more step closer and for that I am grateful.  We got our Christmas miracle!   Continued prayers are still appreciated though.

This is another of my Present Gift Card Holders I made for my daughter Colleen for her stocking to hold the gift cards we got her. Her favorite red is our Real Red, so I used one of the DSPs from last Christmas.  I also used one of the retired ribbons as she chose this ribbon for a simple little jingle bell wreath she made for Christmas (see picture following recipe).  I hope she likes it!

  • Stamp Sets – Tags til Christmas (W#120847, $30.95, C#121169 $22.95), Gifted (W#116982 $27.95, C#120480 $19.95), Jolliest Time of the Year (#116584, $20.95),
  • Card Stock – Real Red, Old Olive, Early Espresso, Very Vanilla, Merry Moments DSP (retired)
  • Ink – Basic Black, Garden Green Classic and Real Red, Old Olive, Garden Green, Early Espresso, Basic Gray, Daffodil Yellow Markers
  • Punches – 1" Circle (#119868, $10.95), 1-1/4" Circle (#119861, $15.95), 1-1/4" Square (#119865, $15.95), 1-3/8" Square (119877, $16.95)
  • Ribbon – Real Red 1" Double-Stitched Grosgrain (retired), Silver Elastic Cord (retired)
  • Accessories – Sticky Strip (#104294, $6.95), Velcro Dots (cut in half)
  • Tools – Paper Trimmer/Scorer


  1. Hi Marie

    I know this is n older thread but possibly do you have instructions on how you made this or a video?

  2. Yes, Heather, there is a link in the post for the first present cards I made with some general instructions. Not a video though. Here is the link again:


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