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December 8, 2015

Holiday Mitten Gift Card Holder

eBrush Design Team: Lisa Somerville Week 4 Cycle 3


Lisa Somerville has created the most wonderful Gift Card Holder. This project is  one that will be treasured forever.

Today I'm sharing a quick and easy Gift Card Holder Tutorial using using the eBrush, along with Sharpie Markers, Mitten SVG File from Lori Whitlock, The Crafters Workshop Brocade Stencil and the Silhouette Cameo.


Supplies: (some supplies not shown below)
eBrush with Sharpie Adapters
Markers: Sharpie (Red, Gold, Silver)
Silhouette Sheet
Silhouette Die Cutting Machine
Other - Kraft Card Stock, White Card Stock, Zva Creative Silver Gems, The Crafters Workshop Brocade Stencils,  Mitten SVG Filefrom Lori Whitlock, Silver Cording, Seam Binding, Glue Dots, Dimensionals, Old Silhouette Die Cutting Mat


Using the Silhouette Cameo, cut pieces from Kraft and White card stock. Place mitten cut pieces onto the Silhouette sheet so they don't move. Place Brocade stencil over card stock, use the eBrush and Sharpie Marker (Gold) to add color
over the stencil.  


Remove stencil and repeat with other mitten.  If desired add the Gold Stenciling to the White Cuff of the mittens, and add a bit of Gold to the edge of the mittens for a distressed/worn look.


Using the eBrush and Silver Sharpie, apply color to the White snowflake die cut.


Using the eBrush and Red Sharpie, apply color to the White Heart die cut.


I wanted the color of the Seam Binding Ribbon to match the Red of the heart, so I used the eBrush and Red Sharpie to add color to the Seam Binding.


Assemble Mitten Gift Card Holder and embellish as desired.



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