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Video: 4 creative ways to wrap a gift card

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Step by step, we’ll show you how to make your gift card beautiful

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Who doesn’t like to unwrap a beautiful present? While gift cards make a great gift for the holidays, they sometimes lack the thrill of the shiny bow and pretty paper.

That doesn’t have to be the case.

Creditcards.com web content editor and resident creative giftwrapper Jamie Gonzalez shows you four unique ways to present your gift card, using just a little bit of effort and some inexpensive materials.

With her Snow Globe Surprise, Gingerbread Man Courier, Perfect Present Pouch and Santa’s Sleigh of Sweets, Gonzalez gives you plenty of ideas to make your gift card stand out this holiday season.

See related: Buyiing gift cards with a credit card gets harder, for now, 7 things you need to know about gift cards

 

 

 

 

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