I was only able to get one money holder out of one sheet of 8 1/2" x 11" card stock. Cut your card stock so that it measures 7 1/2" x 7 1/2". Then score your card stock at 3" and 6".
The smaller flap will be the pocket for your money and you will need to fold that flap up and tape it closed. I used Stampin' Up! sticky tape for this to ensure that it would stay closed.
The larger flap is your top par that folds over and you can decorate this part however you like. I used some Holly Berry designer series paper on the front of this money holder. Then I added some ribbon. Here's a ribbon tip- to save on some ribbon I didn't tie it all the way around my money holder. I cut off both ends of my ribbon and I taped it to the back side of my designer series paper. Then I cut a little more ribbon to tie on the front.
I used the scallop border punch along the bottom front flap and then I used my oval punches to layer my sentiment.
I hope you liked the project I posted today. Have a great weekend and thanks for stopping by!
Stamps: Best Yet
Card Stock: Real Red, Old Olive, White, Holly Berry Bouquet DSP & Subtles DSP Pack
Ink: Real Red
Supplies: Ribbon, Simply Score Tool, Scallop Oval Punch, Large Oval Punch, Small Oval Punch. Scallop Border Punch, Sticky Strip Tape, Velcro