14 December 2015

Christmas Money Wallet

Hello there, today I have a quick and simple money wallet to share with you. I often need these or gift card holders at Christmas, and since this one is for a man, I thought I would keep the design pretty simple.

I started off with a piece of 23.5cm x 16.5cm Bazzill Icy Mint cardstock. I then scored this at the 9.5cm and 19cm marks. The cardstock was then folded up to make the pocket. I added thin strips of DST to the sides where the money will slip in to and rounded the corners of the front and inside piece.
I then die cut some Lawn Fawn Stitched Snowflake dies from white cardstock and added these on to the front with liquid glue. The SSS Merry Christmas word die was cut three times from black cardstock, with Stick It on the back, and layered up. These were then added to the front of the pocket too.


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Very simple but I do like it and I hope the recipient will too! Thank you so much for visiting me today. I hope you have a great day!


  1. This is so lovely and simple - hadn't ever thought a money wallet would be quite so easy to make! Love the snowflakes on the outside. Xx

  2. What a lovely idea Michelle, I love this idea!!. Well done x
    Missy Pink x

  3. this is fab Michelle!! I adore those stitched snowflakes ♥

  4. Simple but stunning, I'm sure the lucky recipient will love it.


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