Gift Card Gift Box with Video Tutorial

Today’s project is a Gift Card Gift Box – perfect for the holiday season!

Here’s a different angle:

The box fits a gift card perfectly plus more! It’s about 3/4″ deep, so I’ve added 6 Hershey’s Nuggets to mine – Tetris-style – LOL!

Here’s how a gift card fits:

I hope this project will be useful for you over the next few weeks! If not, save it for a birthday celebration! Who doesn’t love a gift card AND some chocolate?!? Without further ado, here’s my video tutorial:

Here’s the template:

Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you have a wonder & blessed weekend!


  • Blackberry Bliss cardstock – 6″ x 6″
    • Starting punch & score lines on the Envelope Punch Board at 2″ & 3-1/8″
  • Frosted Floral DSP – 3-1/2″ x 6-3/4″
    • Score along the 6-3/4″ side from both ends at 1-3/8″ & 2-3/16″



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7 thoughts on “Gift Card Gift Box with Video Tutorial

  1. Oh My Goodies!! I love all your tutorials but this one takes the cake. Simple yet elegant. Just what I need for all the gift card people on my list. What a great way to add a little extra. tfs
    Debie from sunny California,

  2. Love this beautiful little box, it’s small enough to tuck in as a stocking stuffer yet it can hold plenty of delicious goodies plus a gift card.
    How marvelous and festive is that paper!!
    Thank you for sharing and have a great weekend.

  3. I made 6 or 7 of the gift card boxes that you posted last week and absolutely love them. A friend saw them and asked me to make one for her to use as a gift box for earrings. They all turned out beautifully. The envelope punch board was great to use. Thank you for all of the wonderful tutorials that you share with us.

    I posted this comment on the 12/12 post but wanted to post it here too.

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