What a fun way to present a gift card to your favorite grad! This little cutie was designed by Australian Demonstrator Bronwyn Eastley. I adapted it slightly with the graduation theme and to make it a gift card holder. Scroll down to see the full supply list. Thank you Bronwyn for creating this adorable guy!
The paws are the petals of the Blossom Punch, punched off with a 1 1/4" circle to get the "rounded" back. The feet are done in the same manner but with the largest 5 petal scalloped flower from the Fun Flowers die.
The gift card pocket could not be any easier! I used out square envelopes that are made to hold 3" x 3" cards and cut the flap off – easy! We used Sticky Strip to attach it so that it wouldn't fall off. Thanks for stopping by today! Have fun making your Koala Bear!
Supplies: Click on the item number to see the item in the online store.
Top Note Die 113463 cut 3 in Basic Gray – Head, and front and back of card (body)
1 ¾” Scallop Circle Punch 119854 cut 2 in Basic Gray – Outer Ear
1 ¼” Circle Punch 119861 cut 4 Very Vanilla, 1 Basic Gray – Inner Ear, Whites of the Eye, Eyelid
Extra Large Oval Punch 119859 cut 2 in Basic Gray – Arms
1” Circle Punch 119868 cut 2 in Pool Party –Iris of the eye
½” Circle Punch 119869 cut 2 in Basic Black – Pupil of the eye
Small Oval Punch 120908 cut 1 in Basic Black – Nose
2 ½” Circle Punch 120906 cut 1 in embossed Very Vanilla – belly
Blossom Punch 125603 cut 1 in Basic Black use the 1 ¼” circle punch to cut 2 Petals off – paws
Fun Flowers Die 121812 cut 1 flower in Basic Black, use the 1 ¼” circle punch to cut of 4 petals – feet
Basic Pearls 119246 – 2 smallest for the center of the eyes
Glue Dots 103683
Sticky Strip 104294