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Saturday, September 28, 2013

Envelope Board.

At card class on Thursday we made a Christmas card, which I'll show you later, and then we made an envelope to match.  So here's the envelope.  It was white and we stamped an ornament on the front of it.  Sorry for the rotten picture,  I don't know what happened.
And here's the inside of the envelope with a liner that we made using the new envelope liner framelit.  It's made to fit the Stampin' Up! envelopes that have a curved flap.

And then yesterday I saw an envelope liner by Mary Fish that fits the envelopes made with the envelope board.  I don't think of these things but I'm sure glad that someone does.  It's just a 4 x 4 piece of the Designer Series Paper.  When you adhere it be sure that it's down far enough so that the side flaps cover the edge of the paper. 

And of course the best way to make a beautiful envelope that is lined is just to use Designer Series Paper for the envelope.  You just have to be sure to use a white label to write the address on.

So do you have an envelope board yet?  Making envelopes is so easy and you can make beautiful envelopes to match your cards.  Think of the beautiful invitations, Christmas cards or just regular cards that you can make.  It's also a wonderful value.  It's only $19.95 plus shipping and handling.  And in my opinion the best part is that the instructions are printed right on the board so there's not much chance of losing them. 

1 comment:

  1. Love your envelope samples Lynn! I love my Envelope Punch Board and you are right about the price -- it really is a value when you consider you can make 66 envelope sizes and other projects using the board.