The pattern for the Christmas trees was from Connie Babbert and can be found on her blog. I used Holly Jolly Designer series paper for the tree. The backgound is embossed with the Big Shot and Petals-A-Plenty Textured Impressions folder (can you tell this if my favorite holiday embossing folder?). This is a quick, easy, clean & simple card. Colors: Pear Pizzazz and Cherry Cobbler.

Stampin' Up! Origami Christmas Tree pattern by Connie Babbert Big Shot Jeannine Tarrio

Next is a Quick gift card holder using Stampin' Up!'s Medium Very Vanilla Envelope. Stamp the envelope front and back. Cut the envelope about 1 1/2" from the top (save this piece for the "box top". Feed the bottom part from the side through the crimper. Add embellishments to the front, insert gift card, and insert box bottom into box top for a quick gift card "package".

Stampin' Up! envelope gift card holder using Delightful Decorations

More gift card envelopes which I made today! For a package of Stampin' Up! envelopes you can make 40 gift card holders for a cost of 16 cents each! How can you beat that!

Stampin' Up! Envelope Gilf Card holders Jeannine Tarrio Merry Christmas

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