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Project

Peekaboo Gift Card

Showcase a little present, such as a handkerchief with pretty embroidery or a photo, by presenting it in a card like this.

Materials

  • Card stock
  • Bone folder
  • Scissors
  • Hole punch (optional)
  • Ribbon (optional)
  • Double-sided tape

Steps

  1. Step 1

    Fold a piece of 8 1/2-by-11-inch card stock into thirds, using a bone folder for neat creases. Trim card to desired size. 

  2. Step 2

    Open it; in the middle panel, use a utility knife to cut a window for the item; if desired, punch two tiny holes to thread a ribbon for a bow.

  3. Step 3

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    Position item on card. Then place a strip of double-sided tape below item and along outer edge of the side panel; fold in, and press, creating a pocket for the item. Add greeting inside card.

Source
Martha Stewart Living, May 2004

Reviews (9)

  • Edi Nestrut 13 Jun, 2013

  • pattispatch 2 May, 2013

    use Martha anywhere punch...

  • kraftykids 21 Apr, 2013

    The messages are on the other projects in this section.

  • DianneIrwin 1 May, 2010

    These are lovely...I also am looking for the sample greetings and, like everyone else, so not have time to spend searching...(glad I saw another comment on this subject...thought for a minute it was just me!)

  • mitia 15 Apr, 2010

    Think that your ideas are great and making home cards, that anyone would be proud to recieve. Thank you, for your ideas!

  • reginabostwick 9 Apr, 2010

    Where are the sample greetings?

  • Veridical_Angel 9 Apr, 2010

    I can understand this just fine. Can help you if you need some more details. :-)

  • Veridical_Angel 9 Apr, 2010

    I can understand this just fine. Can help you if you need some more details. :-)

  • Lynn3559 31 Jan, 2009

    these directions are not detailed enough. When Martha Stewart rebuilt her new site her instructions most of them are not detailed enough even if you see the show between the time you see the show and sit down to do any of the crafts you forget some key points that would be heipful in the instructions