Thursday, 4 July 2019

Four Laminated EPB Gift Card Holders from One Laminating Pouch ! VIDEO TUTORIAL

Yesterday I shared a project whereby I got two laminated Gift Card Holders from an A4 laminating pouch.   I did not use the Envelope Punch Board for that project.



Well, today I have used the Envelope Punch Board and have managed to get four laminated Gift Card Holders from one A4 laminating pouch.   The suggestion was made to me in the comments section of both my Blog and my YouTube Channel, so I decided to experiment and it was a resounding success.   So thank you to the clever ladies who suggested I might give it a try.  Sadly the Envelope Punch Board has retired, but it is available from other retailers.

I have done a quick video tutorial to show you how easy it is - not only do you get four Gift Card Holders out of an A4 laminating sheet, but you also get four out of a 12 x 12 inch sheet of DSP (Designer Series Paper).   These would be perfect for selling at craft fayres.  They are super quick and easy, and you can decorate them in so many different ways.   Mine are made from retired Christmas DSP, so I have started my Christmas Crafting early !!



Hope you like them.  Thank you for looking and please pop back again.

Bye for now and............................"Happy Stampin!"

Linda xx

Product List
Paper Snips
[103579]
£9.25
Paper-Piercing Tool
Paper-Piercing Tool
[126189]
£3.75
Envelope Punch Board
Envelope Punch Board
[133774]
£19.00





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3 comments:

  1. Thank you for posting and sharing your projects. I've never used the Kam snaps before and wondered what size snaps you purchased. I see T2, T3 and T5 when I search on Amazon. TIA!

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  2. I enjoyed your demonstration of the little pouches. They are so great with the laminating on them. I didnt think it would be so easy but after your video I think I will give it a try. Thank you again.

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  3. It was lovely, are you just shipping to UK or other countries too?

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