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Box Envelope

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Box envelopes have become really popular. Especially with the variety of depth being used with card making. This SVG file makes for a nice slimline envelope. It would also make for a nice way to present a gift of money to someone special.

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I used Pop-Tone in Spearmint for my project. As of this posting, this pack isn’t currently available but no worries, you can still get Spearmint in a variety pack of Pop-Tone. Pop-Tone colors come in a variety of different sizes and invitations as well as envelopes.

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I cut the file on a Cricut Maker. As a reminder, set the red lines to score and load your scoring tool before setting the file to cut.

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Here is the card stock cut and scored ready for folding. I used a bit of double-stick tape to seal the sides.

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Please visit the store to download the SVG file for the envelope. [Box envelope SVG]

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The view from the side shows the depth of the box envelope.

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The close-up view shows how the envelope overlaps on the front as well as showing the depth from a different angle. The sticker decoration I used to finish the envelope was one I bought at the Dollar Tree. I like how the colors of the sticker coordinate with the spearmint pop-tone cardstock as well as having a bit of depth too.

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