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  • Arlo Hermann

    Fold a pocket in your wrapping paper to put the card in it . How clever, thanks, Martha Stewart! #Gift Wrapping #Gift Wrapper #Gift Wrap

  • Lauri Jopp

    Fold wrapping paper to create a pocket for the card... Built-In Gift Cards - Martha Stewart Crafts

  • Cathy Nicklas

    Built-In Gift Cards holder using wrapping paper

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Gotta love Martha...she thinks of everything! When wrapping a gift, fold a deep crease into the paper to make a pocket for your card to go in. Pretty.

I'll never wrap a gift the same way again. [Wrap a gift with a pocket for holding the card.]

31 million+ Ways to Wrap Gifts. Way number 2: Stick That In Your Back Pocket. #gifts #wrapping

10/8/2012; Vicki Wizniuk at 'Wizard's Hangout' blog Christmas Coffee Cup Pocket Card with link for the pattern

When wrapping a present, put an extra fold in the wrapping paper, then use that fold to put your card in... (from Martha Stewart site, instructions included)

To make it, position lace on a black background, and scan it as a high-resolution image. Use photo-editing software to adjust the size and background color, and print the image onto standard office paper. Read more at Marthastewart.com: Lace Wrapping Paper - Martha Stewart Crafts

Make your own cute paper bag pocket and fill it with notes of encouragement, homemade cards, a favorite candy, etc.

Christmas wrapping-using two different papers - such a cute idea!

I love craft paper already! This is so cute. I always find brown craft paper at the Dollar Tree around the postal stuff! fyi

20 Fun and Creative Ideas of how to wrap your gifts at the36thavenue.com ...So cute!

Gift Wrap with Built-In Pockets for Gift Cards / Martha Stewart

Start with a square tablecloth that's at least 36 inches. Lay it right side down. Place one bottle on each side of the bottom corner. Pull the bottom corner up over the bottles, then roll the bottles forward to opposite corner. Holding the cloth in place, stand up the bottles. Twist ends in opposite directions; knot them to secure.