Thursday, May 22, 2014

Teacher Gift Idea: Target Gift Card Holder {with free printable}



I like to get the boys' teachers a little gift at the end of the year to show our appreciation for the time and effort they have put in with the kids all year. Last year, I designed a cute coffee cup card with Starbucks and Target gift cards. This year, I decided to just do Target gift cards, and I found this cute idea via Pinterest, of course. She offers a free printable on her blog, but I wanted to change it up a bit with my own fonts, so I recreated it, adding a bit more color and some arrows, too, to go with the bullseye theme.


I printed the page and allowed it to dry. Next, I marked where I wanted the gift card to be, then used an exact-o knife to cut around the white circle of the bullseye.


Then, I slipped the gift card down in. By keeping the opening snug, it should stay in place on its own, but you can add a piece of tape under it to be sure. I attached the card to a piece of plain black card stock, to help keep the card in place.


Next, I dressed it up with some baker's twine (purchased at Michaels) and a chalkboard gift tag (found in the Target Dollar Spot!). It would also be easy to use some of the extra black card stock to create a tag. I used a metallic silver Sharpie to write on the tag.



Perfect!

Here is a link to the free printable. The card is a 5" x 7" card, and you can print this page with 2 cards on a regular 8.5" x 11" sheet.

4 comments:

  1. Just printed them & can't wait to make them in the morning! Thank You!

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    1. You're welcome! I hope your teacher(s) love them! :)

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  2. Thank you for the FREE adorable printable.

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  3. Great printable. We used it for kindergarten teacher appreciation.

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