Begin by cutting a strip of gray cardstock to 2 x 8 1/2 inches. Use the Angled Tag Topper punch from Stampin’ Up! and punch both ends of the strip.
For the template, use another strip punched by the Angled Tag Topper Punch and traced the angled edges with a pencil, and then carefully cut the slits with a pair of scissors.
For the inside of the card, I needed something to hold the chain in place and not get tangled. I thought I had some mini zip bags you use for jewelry, but I couldn’t find them. Instead, I had some thin cellophane bags used for stacking treats like M&Ms or Skittles.
I cut the bag down to about 2 inches long and glued to the inside of the necklace card. You can see how well it holds the chain in the picture below.
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