Making a homemade envelope is easy and can be made to suit any sized card. It's very handy for oddly sized cards. For a clean crisp envelope, use white printing paper or white butcher paper. Envelopes can also be made from recycled materials such as newspaper, grocery bags, news print, magazine pages and junk mail.
Feeling lonely during social distancing? Well, you aren't the only one! Doing easy crafts such as making a petal envelope will bring out your creative side while keeping your mind occupied.Step 1: Gather Materials Any colored paper you wantScissorsGluePencilString (optional)Ink pad (We used: Black Pigment Ink Pad)Any stamp pattern (We used: Messenger Bird Stamp) Re:Marks Cleaning SolutionStep 2: Trace & Cut Circles Grab your first piece of paper and draw two 4
Today, I spent some time on this little project. I'm really glad I thought of it for two reasons: First, I've been making a real effort to use up some of my paper scraps lately because my scrap paper drawer...
I actually made these paper envelopes to send our wedding invitations in. It was a combination of not wanting to buy the envelopes when I already had the paper, and wanting to use something colorful and fun. Plus there's nothing better than crafting while drinking a glass of wine and watching a chick flick. AmIrightoramIright? Oh,
After my first envelope tutorial I got requests for another one on how to make a folded envelope, and this is it! For my envelopes I used old book pages fused with tissue paper using the technique explained in my previous mixed paper envelope tutorial , but you can use pretty much whatever paper