I’ve been saving this card for a masculine challenge having made it a few weeks ago for a friends birthday. He is a Mr. Fix It for sure and has just rebuilt the wall around his very large garden in Montreal. I saw the idea on Pinterest but now I can’t find the example to give her a shout out – Stupid me. It isn’t an exact CASE as the original was a gift card holder Tri-fold. Mine is just a basic card base with the rest added on. Dies used are from MFT. The folder is from Tim Holtz Sizzix and everything else was done by hand. Stamp used is from GKD Scripty Sayings. I embossed part of the card front and streaked Distress ink lightly over it. The pouch was made from musical pp I had and cut initially with a die and then I kind of squared it off a bit and rounded the bottom. Tools were cut with scrap silver card stock and then some kraft for the saw handle and some mirri card for the hammer head. The belt was a scrap left over and has a faint design in it so it looks a bit like snake skin in R.L. And the buckle was done using a die set that has shapes for putting ribbon through. I adapted the shape I cut to make it a buckle as none of the set actually fit the belt width. Either by Spellbinders or Sizzix but I can’t remember as I got through a garage sale. I hand made the loops for the tool pouch. Its in the mail and I hope he likes it when it arrives in Montreal.