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Make a Wrapping Paper Greeting Card and Tag To Match

Make a statement by wrapping your gift and then making a card to match your gift. Easy tutorial on how to make the greeting card with left over wrapping paper to create a stunning duo.

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Ever wonder what to do with those little scraps of wrapping paper that are left over from wrapping a gift?

Make a beautiful matching card, tag and envelope liner for that special gift using left over wrapping paper. What an economical way to present a truly beautiful gift package to that someone special.

Equipment and Materials List

5"x7" Card Blank (10"x7" Card Stock Folded in half)

Small Piece of Colored or Printed Card Stock Colored or Plain

Scraps of your Wrapping Paper Left Over From Your Gift

Tag Cut Your Own

Envelope Make Your Own Or Use purchased

Ruler

Scissors or Craft Knife

Ribbon

Glue

Step One Cut Your Card Pieces

Step One

1 Piece of card stock for your card 10" x 7" Piece Or Any size you desire and fold it in half. So that it opens up from the right. This card can be any size you want. Just remember that you will have to make an envelope to fit it so it is easier to go with normal sized cards that fit envelopes unless you will be making your own.

Step Two

Cut 1 Piece of wrapping Paper 1/4" shorter all the way around than your card . Paste the wrapping paper in the center the of your card so that all the edges around are even. If you wrapping paper has a detailed design, try to cut the paper so that the most beautiful part of the design is on the piece you cut.

Step Three

Decorate your the front of your card with ribbons and embellishments. On our card we added a ribbon at the side that matched the ribbon on our gift and then cut out an oval and printed the words MOM on it and attached it with small brass brads. You can use any embellishment you wish . Try to match your accents with one of the colors in the card for a more striking look.

There you have the finished card. What a beautiful accent to your gift and cost you pennies!

Still have some wrapping paper left over? Go all the way and make a lovely little gift tag and even decorate the inside of your envelope.

Making the Gift Tag

Cut out a little tag or use a pre made tag. We used a pre made tag . Find a little piece of your wrapping paper that has a nice design and glue the tag to the BACK SIDE (white side) of the wrapping paper.

Cut the tag out and decorate with matching ribbon.

Attach tag to the gift or use as an accent on the card.

To make the envelope flap. Trace around the pointed end of your envelope and extend the line down so that a little bit of the wrapping paper will slide inside the bottom part of your envelope. Cut out the wrapping paper and glue to the inside flap of the envelope.

And there you have it! Three beautiful accents you made in minutes for pennies and look at how nice that looks when you present it !

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Use poly bags to store your made cards especially if you have included some 3D embellishments

There are different envelopes but the triangular flaps look better for hand crafted cards. For the extra special touch why not use a stencil and emboss a simple design on the flap.

Common card & envelope sizes:

4 ¼ x 5 ½” – half sheet of 8 ½ x 11” card stock folded in half.

Envelope = A2 4 3/8 x 5 ¾

5 ½ x 8 ½ - full sheet of card stock folded in half

envelope = A9 5 ¾ x 8 ¾

5 x 7 - envelope = A7 5 ¼ x 7 ¼

4 x 6 – envelope = A6 4 ¾ x 6 ½


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