5-Minute Gift Card Holder Video Tutorial

My apologies for the late blog post. I was so tired last night and didn’t get a chance to write it up. We spent yesterday tending to one of our family cows, Gracie and her newborn calf! The kids and I sat and ate our breakfast outside while watching this first time mama do a fabulous job birthing her little heifer calf. They named the little girl, Cinnamon and are enjoying loving on her. They are both doing well but my schedule just got a lot tighter with all the milking I’ll be doing from here on out. Yay!

  • If you follow me on Instagram I posted pictures and video clips of the birth. Check it out! 

Gracie and Cinnamon jersey cows

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Day 3 of 12 Days of Last Minute DIY Gifts

In this new video tutorial I teach you how to make my 5-Minute Gift Card Holder. It is seriously one of the fastest gifts you can whip up this holiday season! I’ll be honest, I wish I had enough time to make handmade gifts for all my loved ones but that just isn’t possible so, I’m a big fan of giving gift cards for birthdays and holidays.  However, I feel a little guilty about not including a handmade gift so I whip up my 5-minute gift card holder and then I feel better. I hope you enjoy making this project as much as I do!

Scroll down for a list of products I used in this video.

Here is the step by step video tutorial for my 5-minute Gift Card Holder. Happy sewing!

Supplies you’ll need:

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Dura Fuse non-woven fusible interfacing

My favorite iron

Sulky KK2000 temporary spray adhesive

Pinking shears

Sewing Machine used in this video.

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