Today’s post is another idea for gift giving for any occasion but I focus on Christmas. Quick Gift Wallet is about a very quick project with few supplies and it only takes about 5 minutes to make, if that. You could make a bunch of these and place cash inside and your gifts are sorted.

Here’s the first Quick Gift Wallet I made using Christmas Around the World Designer Series Paper.

Quick Gift Wallet 2

The small punched out circle acts as the closure for the wallet and on the back is a piece of Whisper White card for you to write your greeting or message. You can stamp on that panel if you wish, just do it before adhering it to the back of the wallet.

I wanted this Quick Gift Wallet to have a masculine touch so out of a scrap of the Designer Series Paper. Then I cut one of the soldiers and adhered it to the punched out circle with Liquid Adhesive. Watch the video to see how quick and easy these are to make:

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Quick Gift Wallet Measurements:

  • Card – 1 piece 7 3/4″ x 7 1/4″ or 19.7 cm x 18.5 cm and 1 piece 7″ x 3 1/8″ or 17.8 cm x 8 cm (for back of wallet to write greeting of stamp on)
  • Score the card at 2″ and 5 1/2″ or 5 cm and 14 cm
  • Designer Series paper – 1 piece (top flap) 7″ x 1 3/4″ or 17.8 cm x 4.5 cm and 1 piece (bottom flap) 7″ x 2″ or 17.8 cm x 5 cm
  • Round corners with Envelope Punch Board
  • Decorate as desired
Quick Gift Wallet 3
Here it is with the cash inside. Now this is large enough to accommodate different sized currencies. However, I suggest you measure your countries currency before making and adjust the measurements accordingly.
Quick Gift Wallet 4
I mentioned in the video about perhaps placing a Rhinestone in the centre of this closure piece and I did. I think it just finishes it off, don’t you?
Quick Gift Wallet
A final photo of the completed project from the video. I’d love to see your projects if you decide to make one of these. You can post them to my Facebook Business Page – Libby Stampz.

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Until next time ….

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