Here is a lottery ticket holder tutorial.
I've not included any measurements as they can vary depending on the type of ticket but they are really easy to adapt - maybe try a scratch card holder?
For this lottery ticket holder I'm using Taken with Teal for the base, Really Rust and Old Olive card with Old Olive Satin ribbon .
For example, if my ticket measured 3" x 5" then I would cut my card to 6 1/2" x 5 1/4" and score at 3 1/4" but it's probably easier to just eyeball it.
Place your ribbon in the centre of this piece and make small tick marks on either side of your ribbon towards the right hand side of the card.
On the back, run a strip of adhesive where your ribbon will lie and stick it down.
You can then rub out your tick marks.
I try to leave the 'tails' a little longer than normal so that when the recipient opens it, they can close it again afterwards.
For the rose I inked it up with Really Rust, stamped it first onto some scrap paper then onto some Whisper White card to get a weaker colour. Then I stamped the detailed image 'full strength' on top.
The leaves are done in the same way using Old Olive ink.
And it's really that easy, once you've made one you'll be away!
I really hope you've found this tutorial useful.
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