Here is how to make these:
Cut a piece of card into a 4.5" x 6.75" piece. Score it at 1.75" and 4.5".
Turn it and score .25" from the edges.
Now cut off all of the .25" section that you scored
except for the sections along side the 1.75" section.
These will be the flaps to make the pocket in which the gift card will sit.
Fold the .25" sections inward, apply adhesive to the backs of them,
and then fold the 1.75" section up to create the pocket.
Apply a 1/2" x 4" decorative strip of designer paper to the edge of the pocket.
Round the corners of your flap for a more polished look. I used my corner chomper.
Add a 1.25" x 4" decorative strip of designer paper to outside of the flap.
Lay out a strip of matching ribbon as shown above (approx. 10") and apply adhesive as shown. This will make tying the ribbon much easier as it keeps the ribbon in place. Then close the flap.
I like to add a little more adhesive on the front
to keep that ribbon nice and snug.
Tie your ribbon into a knot or bow.
Cut a velcro dot in half. I stick the halves together and then close the flap
so I don't have to worry about trying to line things up correctly.
I used a 1 3/4" scallop circle punch
and 1 1/2" circle punch to make this embellishment.
I used Papertrey Ink's Border's and Corners Circle Stamp Set
as well as a sentiment from Stampin' Up's Vintage Labels stamps set.
Attach the Hapy Birthday embellishment and you're done!