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WINNERS + Last Minute Gifts for Christmas: Apron Gift Card Holders

Christmas is upon us and I know many of us end up wrapping gifts and making tags and cards in a rush on Christmas Eve. So I am planning ahead preparing some outside of the box last minute gift ideas. This time I'm sharing these cute Christmas Apron gift / money holders!



New Holiday Traditions Papers
These sweet aprons look perfect thanks to our new digital papers from Holiday Traditions. You can find those here. They are super affordable and you can print them as many times as you like to recreate the same look on several projects. Also, I was able to get to aprons per printed 8 1/2" by 11" sheet. I printed them in a regular inkjet printer and used it to cut the pieces of this SVG file.

I used the Precious Giftables cartridge -or should I say Christmas giftables- by the lovely Anna Griffin. It includes two pocketsm, one that you can see on the pictures to place a small card, and another one on the back that is perfect for your money gifts. So yes, they are very practical too!

I finished the aprons with pretty stickers from the Very Merry Pack by Simple Stories, beautiful ribbon from Really Reasonable Ribbon and jewel stickers from The Eyelet Outlet.


More Project Ideas for Christmas
If you need more inspiration for your Christmas crafts make sure to click on the links below and see some of my latest projects.

Customizing Digital Papers

Foiled Poinsettia Card
 

Christmas Card & Gift Box

Winners
We have to announce 2 winners from our last 2 New Release blog hops and they are: MY KRAFT KLOSET.KIM KLINKOVSKY and MARJORIE DUMONTLER. Congratulations! Please send me a quick note through the contact form and I'll send you your gift cards!

That's all for now. Stay tuned for more last minute ideas for the holidays! Until then.

Sharing with Simon Says Stamp for their Christmas Card Day Link-Up.

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