Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

Sharing creative ideas through mixed media, stamps, embossing powder, charms, chipboard, stencils and designer collections

Are you ready for  the holidays? Do you need a few quick and easy gift ideas? I hope so because today and tomorrow you will find some fun, easy and fabulous gift ideas that will surely inspire you!
We are inviting you to join us on the “Last Minute Gift Ideas” Blog Hop…it has an amazing group of designers! All you need to do is hop from one blog to the next, leave a comment and you can win a $100.00 Visa Gift Card from the “Last Minute Gift Ideas” Designers.

I created an easy Flower Packet with gift card using the Sizzix Flower Packet Die. (Any box container or die will work) along with some beautiful pattern paper and matching journal pieces.

Begin by die cutting the Flower Packet Box out from mat board and pattern paper, ink edges. Adhere to box.  Add journal piece to inside of box.

Make a card that will fit inside of prepared box using Kraft Paper, pattern paper.

Adhere pattern paper to the front of card front; wrap twine around the card. Add a journal block that has been inked to the front of the card with pop dots. Add some fussy cut flourishes from pattern paper along with a Kraft flower.

Create a pocket inside of card. Add small journal block to the top. Place gift card inside.

Place gift card inside of prepared Flower Packet.

Decorate front of Flower Box to coordinate with gift card.

You have plenty of chances to enter to win $100 Visa gift card each day of the hop, on any of the participating blogs. Here’s the hop list:  
Ola Khomenok
Patti Hodder
Kathy Clement
Alexandra Morein
Sandy Trefger
Gloria Stengel 
Pam Bray – You Are Here
Einat Alagem
Keren Tamir
Terry Ricioli
Katelyn Grosart
Einat Kessler
Susan M. Brown
Steph Ackerman
Eileen Hull
Rita Barakat
Mahe Zehra
Everyone is eligible to win, whether you’re in the U.S. or international. In order to win leave a comment answering the question: What is your favorite “can’t live without” craft supply or tool!

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44 thoughts on “Last Minute Gift Ideas Blog Hop!!!

  1. Jean Bullock says:

    Fabulous work as always. I love it!I can't live without my craft knife!


  2. Ina Good says:

    Lovely flower box…scissors


  3. Pam~ These are absolutely stunning! Elegant, classy and gorgeous! What a great way to \”package\” a gift card! My \”can't live without\” craft supply is glitter and watercolors! They are necessary to breathe and create!! TFS!


  4. Cathy F says:

    Jiminy Christmas – I want those! 😍


  5. Anat says:

    Stunning box, flower and card!can't live without stamps and stencils.


  6. Mitsyana says:

    These are stunning, Pam!! The tool I can't live without are… dies and paper!! I can't get enough of either!


  7. Unknown says:

    My Martha Stewart paper cutter. Your flower box is beautiful.


  8. Unknown says:

    Thank you for sharing.My “can’t live without” craft supply is beautiful papers and card-stock. i'm just starting so still building my supplies and the paper are a mast have.


  9. Teresa Doyle says:

    Oh my Pam this is sweet! Love it and the paper is AMAZING!(I couldn't play in my craft room without my Tonic paper trimmer.)


  10. Keren Tamir says:

    love the card and holder so much!!


  11. Pammejo says:

    Thanks Jean, I love my craft knife also!


  12. Pammejo says:

    Thanks so much Ina, yes it is so important to have a good pair of scissors!


  13. Pammejo says:

    Thanks so much Barbara!


  14. Pammejo says:

    Thanks Cathy, fingers cross that my friend that I made it for won't see them, lol.


  15. Pammejo says:

    Thanks Anat! I love stamps and stencils!


  16. Pammejo says:

    Thanks so much Mitsyana…I know what you mean about having dies, lol! Love them!


  17. Pammejo says:

    Thank you Keren!


  18. Pammejo says:

    Thanks so much Teresa!


  19. Pammejo says:

    Thanks Metal Turi, have building your stash up and it won't be long before you are known as a hoarder, lol.


  20. Pammejo says:

    Thanks so much Margie!


  21. Ava Gavloski says:

    Lovely presentation on the color tones and design… I need my personal paper trimmer at all times.


  22. Unknown says:

    Beautiful box! I can't live without beautiful paper


  23. Katelyn says:

    Beautiful flower box! Love the paper you've used!


  24. Love this idea! Makes giving a gift card so much more fun!


  25. Oooh, this is soo beautiful. And so useful, too. Fill it with candy or whatever, as a gift.


  26. Alexandra♥ says:

    These are gorgeous, Pam!! Happy holidays to you and your family!


  27. Pammejo says:

    Thanks so much Ava, I agree the paper is so pretty!


  28. Pammejo says:

    Thanks so much, Katelyn!


  29. Pammejo says:

    Thanks Cathy, I agree!


  30. Pammejo says:

    Thanks Rebecca!


  31. Pammejo says:

    Thank you Alexandra! Happy Holidays to you and your family also!


  32. craftychic says:

    What a delightful gift this would make, so lovely! Thank you for sharing this beautiful creation 🙂 Happy Holidays to you!


  33. Sue D says:

    This is beautiful!My favorite tool is my Tonic guillotine paper cutter.


  34. Michele says:

    so beautifully done! xo


  35. michal meiri says:

    These are gorgeous!!Thank you for sharing..My “can’t live without” craft supply is beautiful papers and my big shot.. Happy holidays to you and your family!


  36. Lesley says:

    Such a beautiful tutorial! I can see this being made for so many occasions too! I can't live without my awesome WRMK paper trimmer!Have a Merry Christmas.


  37. Helen says:

    What a great idea that will be easy to make with my favorite craft papers and paper trimmer! This will be a gift card holder for my gardening friends and family to get ready for Spring planting!


  38. I love how this is thinking outside of the box! I can't live without my cutterbees.


  39. sharon g says:

    I like gorgeous papers–they are my can't do without supply.


  40. This is a gorgeous project!!


  41. Pam, this is so wonderfully vintage! I love the shape of the container, and the lovely sentiment, too. Merry Christmas!


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