Still looking for a great Father’s Day gift? There’s still time to make something that’s thoughtful, crafty and functional. Check out this business card holder I made for Elmer’s #GlueNGlitter project using just a few supplies, including an Elmer’s tri-fold display board and X-TREME school glue.
DIY Business Card Holder
Cut the display board into four pieces: four 8 ¾” x 4 ¼” and one 10 ½” x 8 ½”. Cut pieces of the paper into the same dimensions.
Glue the paper to the backside of the boards using Elmer’s X-TREME school glue.
Using an x-acto knife and straight-edge, perforate the smaller cardboard pieces on the uncovered side at 1″, 3″, 5 ½” and 8″.
The cardboard will bend in easily at the perforations.
Using Elmer’s X-TREME school glue, glue the covered side of the perforation you made at 8″.
Fold the cardboard pieces in as shown and hold for a few minutes to let the glue set.
Apply glue to the backside of the business card holders.
Glue all four of the card holders to the large piece of cardboard.
Attach the business card holder to a wall using thumbtacks and place business cards into the slanted holders. This was an easy craft that took less than one afternoon and only required a few, inexpensive supplies. Best of all, it’s useful so it won’t end up sitting idle on a shelf! Check out more photos of the craft supplies for this project from Walmart on Intersect.
This project has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Elmer’s #gluenglitter #collectivebias. All opinions are my own.