Monday, June 22, 2015

Make Your Own A2 Designer Paper Envelopes


Hello! It’s me, Leslie, and today I’m here to share a quick and easy way to make your own A2 designer paper envelopes to match your lovely Power Poppy cards! No special tools are required; just score, snip, fold, and glue. The stamp set pictured here is the very cute Short Stacks.


Let’s get started with the easy instructions. I’m showing the inside of the envelope in the photos below so you can more easily see the score lines.






The finished product can be sealed with your adhesive of choice. Wouldn’t these be pretty in a gift set?



That’s all there is to it! Easy, right? I didn’t want to stop so I made two more cards with matching envelopes.


The outside of the envelope can be dressed up prettily for hand delivery, if desired. In the photo below I layered some fun die cut flowers.


I hope you’ll enjoy dressing up your own card presentations with some pretty matching envelopes. Thanks for joining me today!

11 comments:

  1. Great tutorial Leslie! Love the cards too! TFS! Joleen

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  2. Fabulous tutorial Leslie may have to try this to go with my challenge card for this month. Thank you

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  3. Leslie, what a great tutorial, and I love the easy way you make these envelopes, including the one with the die-cut flowers. And your cards are gorgeous...each one! I love these adorable images, and your coloring is so soft and beautiful! What sweet cards! Thanks for sharing with us today! Hugs!

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  4. I agree, fabulous tutorial Leslie. I love the look of the envelopes matching the card, I will definitely try this. Love all 3 cards.

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  5. I have templates that I use for my envelopes but I love this design too, may have to make a few of these, gorgeous cards as always!

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  6. This looks SOooooo easy, Love that... and you cards too!
    Thanks so much for sharing!
    And I just waisted money on a Envelope punch board a few months ago......

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  7. Love,love, love the cards. All are fabulous. That's so easy to make those envelopes. I see that SU is now making paper to make envelopes with. I can't wait to try it.

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  8. Gorgeous cards Leslie and LOVE the envelopes. Thanks so much for sharing. :)

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  9. How very pretty...the envelope is as gorgeous as it's matching card!!

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  10. Dear Leslie, your charming card and the package you have a beautifully designed.

    Many greetings, Carmen

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  11. Leslie-I have followed your talent for years-with great admiration. You inspire all of us! Please know that we are out here even if we are silent.

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