Showing posts with label envelopes. Show all posts
Showing posts with label envelopes. Show all posts

Thursday, October 23, 2014

INKLING: Dressed Up Envelopes

We R Memory Keepers Envelope Punch via homework - carolynshomework (2)It’s so fun receiving real snail mail and even more fun when it’s something enticing like a pretty envelope. I made several fun envelopes and they were so easy to create. I may never use a plain white envelope again.


Monday, August 1, 2011

Inkling: air mail envelopes

I found a box of air mail envelopes recently and used them to make a few goodies.

I love the graphics on air mail envelopes, especially vintage air mail envelopes and stamps. For these projects, I used new envelopes but you could just as easily do a variety of crafts using vintage air mail graphics.

These little tags are easy to make using just a few envelopes.

Cover a small gift box – this little 2 inch box is a perfect size for party favors or a small, precious gift.
Air mail envelopes rolled up can be used as an invitation or a fun way to announce an event.

Use pieces of the envelope to embellish a jar to hold your stamps.




I hope you enjoyed these “par avion” crafts.

Please join me tomorrow for The Inspiration Board Link Party and let me know what you’ve been working on.




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Friday, September 3, 2010

Inkling: coin envelope gift enclosures


I found a box of coin envelopes in my stash and forgot how cute they were. They're so tiny - they measure 2-1/4” x 3-1/2”. I know...very few people think tiny envelopes are cute but I definitely fall into that category.

I printed out some paper templates and created miniature; yellow notepad, primary writing paper and sheet music gift enclosures.



A strip of each type paper on the envelope can be used for writing the “to” and “from” information.

I now only have about 480 coin envelopes left. If you have a crafty coin envelope idea – please let me know.