This tutorial shows you how to turn your Witches Boot into a cute Gift Card Holder – perfect for a candy-free Halloween gift…

I simply added a shaped pocket behind the top trim & into it I popped in a Starbucks Gift Card – I thought that this would make a cute teacher, friend or co-worker Halloween gift.

To make this Gift Card Holder you will need to have already made your Witches Boot – click HERE to find my free tutorial showing you how to make it!

Here is my tutorial so that you can make your very own Witches Boot Gift Card Holder – at the end of this tutorial you will find a printable version too so that you can print it out and keep it for reference.

Take your Witches Boot that you have already made.

Cut another boot shape using your Big Shot and Holiday Stocking Bigz Die (pg 24 of the Holiday Mini Catalog)…

Place your stocking shape into your paper trimmer and cut it in half…this piece will become your pocket that holds your gift card…

To add texture to this pocket piece, run it through your Big shot using a Textured Embossing Folder – I used Vintage Wallpaper so that it matches with the pattern on the front of mine.

Before texturing, position your pocket piece onto the back of your Witches Boot – you want the texture to be on the outside of the pocket – when you have worked out which side this will be, take it off and add your texture…

Once textured, turn your pocket piece over and apply very strong adhesive tape to three sides – I use Sticky Strip for maximum adhesion.

Apply that tape as close to the edges as you can get it…

Peel the backing strip off and apply firmly to the back of your Witches Boot…

Slide your gift card into it and there you have one CUTE Halloween treat…

WANT TO PRINT OUT THIS TUTORIAL?  PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR A PRINTABLE VERSION WHICH WILL OPEN IN A NEW BROWSER WINDOW

WANT MY OTHER WITCHES BOOT TUTORIALS?

Click HERE for my basic Witches Boot Tutorial

Click HERE for my Witches Boot Treat Holder

Click HERE for my Witches Boot Card

Please click HERE to view my other Project Tutorials

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