Christmas Card Money Holder

Hi Everyone,
WOW! The first 1/2 of the pre-order for the Gypsy Series on DVD is going out today. My mom is delivering them to the post this morning. Thanks Mom....I should have the 2nd 1/2 finished up tonight and out tomorrow. Thanks to all of you who pre-ordered. I never thought so many would want the series on DVD...Thank you....

OK now for a little tutorial. My nephews are getting older and it's getting harder to buy them presents, so I'm going with good ole' cash. Of course you need something to put it in....
Here is a tutorial with the measurements on how to make a Christmas card money holder.



I hope you all have a great day...

28 comments

  1. What a grear idea and so fast to make. Thank you so much for sharing:)

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  2. Thanks for giving the measurements. This will be a great idea for lots of uses, not just Christmas!
    Thanks for being so generous with your talents, Christina!
    Susan

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  3. Christina thanks so much for showing this tutorial and giving the measurements! I actually was wanting to learn how to make money holders and this is what I saw in my email this morning! Thank you, thank you!!!

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  4. Christina,
    I love that holder. So easy to make.
    I never used the Scor tape before, does that hold as good as the red tape does?
    It seems so much easier to work with.
    Hugs
    Stacy

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  5. Wonderful idea Christina! Thanks
    I made my first video. I would love for you to check it out if you have a minute.
    Hugs,
    Linda
    http://cardsbylinda.blogspot.com/2010/11/my-first-how-to-video.html

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  6. Oh I love this.....I know I will be making these too......and your right so right right about the older kids for Christmas......thank you for the bright idea and awesome gift holder.....

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  7. This is one of the easiest and cutest money holders I've seen. this one I will be using for all occasions. thanks for showing us how.

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  8. Thank you! Thank you! What a nice and easy way to make a great card. Love it when you share these easy but so important projects with us.
    Judie
    judieshe@gmail.com

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  9. Hi Linda! I watched your video it was super cool.

    I missed a little of how you screwed the blocks together bc I guess it';s hard to stay in camera when your using a WAY cool power tool! Otherwise the video is perfect!

    Great idea thanks for sharing.

    ((NY HUGS))

    -christine

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  10. Short and Sweet! Love this video!

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  11. Thanks for teaching another great project. I am going to use this for my Grandkids.

    Thanks
    Marjorie from TX

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  12. What a great idea and lovely presentation for cash or a gift certificate. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. I love it Christina! I especially love your punch is that a MS large punch?

    I too would omit the envelope waste of paper and the paper is so pretty anyway!

    TFS!

    ((NY hugs))

    -christine

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  14. Thanks for showing us how to make this very quick and easy money holder. Great last minute gift idea for someone. You could even reduce the size if you wanted to make a gift card holder.

    Barb from Toronto, Canada

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  15. I will use this this year! Thanks for the tutorial.

    Naomi

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  16. Great idea and so easy. I think I can handle this one... Best wishes on your DVD sales.

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  17. Your video could not have come at a better time! I had been racking my mind on how to make this type of card. Thanks a million!!!!

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  18. Score Tape??? What's that? It looks like you get a lot on a roll than Sticky Strip or Terrifically Tacky Tape. Does it work the same?

    Love this project! This is going to be my "go to" from now on when I need to make a money holder! Thanks for sharing with us!

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  19. great idea...that would work for checks too ! like it :) tfs :)

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  20. Well, that is so easy. Now if I could just come up with some money to put in them - - - Ha Ha Ha
    syoung6987@aol.com

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  21. Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave in the Cutting category today [02 Dec 01:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

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  22. Very cute. Who would have thought. You are so creative. Thanks. I will definitely make this.

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  23. What a great idea Teenagers love getting gift cards or money for christmas a great stocking stuffer.
    pssnyman1@gmail.com

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  24. Thanks for this tutorial. Gift cards and money cards sure simplifies Christmas gift giving for those teenagers on your list!!!
    Marcie

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  25. This is great! Love how you decorated your card. Thanks for sharing.

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  26. thanks for sharing such a practical cute idea :)

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