Monday, 27 November 2017

S is for Santa

Here's a trio of Santa suit money holders.

No colouring, 
no die cutting, 
... I let my Silhouette Cameo do all (most) of the work,
with me gathering my glue to assemble the pieces.



Although it is money holder, they will hold a gift card, even several, in the pouch.


*** INGREDIENTS ***
Silhouette Cameo
textured cardstock
metallic cardstock - gold and silver
Helmar Professional Acid Free Glue - to adhere the sides of the pouches
this is a strong, book binding glue
Helmar 450 Quick Dry adhesive - to adhere the trims
Tombow Mono Multi liquid adhesive - to adhere the buttons

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I am going to enter my card in the following challenges (alphabetical order):
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the Fifth Annual Month of Holiday Cards Challenge
B is for belt, buckle and buttons
M is for money holder
S is for Santa

7 comments:

  1. Tracy this is pretty cool, like the fifty bucks in there. Did you enjoy the race on telly. Hubby and grandson said it was awesome. I am now following you.xx[aNNie]ğŸŽ„

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    1. Thank You Annie :)
      Yes, we enjoyed the race ... until the last lap! A very dramatic way to decide the 2017 champion.

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  2. I haven't seen money holders before, these are fabulous Tracy! I usually slip money into a card for my nieces and nephews, but I think I like this idea even better. Thanks for the idea!
    Cheers,
    Beccy

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    1. Thank You Beccy :)
      Yes, money or gift cards seem the way to go these days, so hard to keep up with what the kids have and/or want!

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  3. These are super cute, and I think they look even simple enough that even I can do it!

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    1. Thank You Donna :)
      Yes, they are surprisingly quick and easy to make and sure make money or gift cards look cute.

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