(clear full sheet from shortcuts; patterned paper: scenic route, reminisce, basic grey; chipboard arrow & numeral: basic grey; gelly letter: chatterbox; epoxies: love elsie, sue dreamer, autumn leaves, sei, michaels $ spot; rub-ons: american crafts (inside); inks: colorbox;)
simple enough idea: frame a sentiment with a load of cute epoxy stickers...big ones, small one, different colors and patterns. i've done variations of this more than once, and it always looks good. it's bright it's colorful, it says "GUY CARD" all over. putting it on the clear card base is--IMO--even better, though!
here's the back:
i've used one of shortcuts awesome gift card holder folders, which are absolutely brilliant and i can see them becoming one of my "necessities" that i keep on hand at all times. in this case, since i was mounting the holder to a clear card, i decided i needed pattern on both sides, so i traced the "real" holder onto a sheet of heavy stock-weight scenic route patterned paper and cut it out. a few little birthday rub-ons later, the inside was DONE. gotta love a product that makes your life so easy, right?!