As you may have read or heard, we are on an Alaska Crafting cruise this week. We love to cruise, we have been cruising since 2001. One thing we love to do is show our appreciation to our cabin steward, our waiters, the Suite Lounge concierge, and anyone else to might go out of their way to make our week amazing. In the past, I always made handstamped cards, put cash inside, and handed those out, but this year I used the Stampin’ Up! Mini Pocket Envelope die instead to make cruise gratuity envelopes!
Each gratuity envelope is die cut with a different Stampin’ Up! designer paper and decorated with die cut stamped images or embellishments! Cash is tucked inside each one.
Here is a peek at the variety of envelopes we are bringing:
Above: Mini Pocket Envelope die with Lights Aglow designer paper, Christmas Banner bundle, and Textural Elements
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Below: Lights Aglow & Metallic & Shimmer paper with Hues of Happiness and Season of Chic bundle
Above: Lights Aglow & Metallic & Shimmer paper with Season of Chic bundle
Below: In Color simple and cute Mini Pocket Envelopes die gratuity holders featuring Sweet Songbirds, Season of Chic and Christmas Banner die
Below: Lights Aglow & Metallic & Shimmer paper with Fond of Autumn bundle
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