This week’s free printable is the first in a series of the purple passion pattern. Two envelopes and a pocket design. #freebie #printable
This weeks free printable is a set of two envelopes and a pocket using the beautiful purple passion pattern. If you like the combination of complementary colors purple and green, then you are going to love this series. The envelopes are the first in a set of three different printables in this pattern so stay tuned for the following week’s printables.
Freebie Friday this week is a set of gift card sized envelopes and embellishment seals. #printable #freebie
These spring-themed gift card envelopes and embellishment seals can make a basic gift card extra special. Or you could use them as envelopes and pockets for crafting. Consider using them for your junk journals, glue books, scrapbooks, and more.
Just print, cut, and fold on the lightly colored lines. Then glue the flaps. You can add one of the color-coordinated embellishments as a seal for the envelope.
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.
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.
Here is the card stock cut and scored ready for folding. I used a bit of double-stick tape to seal the sides.
Please visit the store to download the SVG file for the envelope. [Box envelope SVG]
The view from the side shows the depth of the box envelope.
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.
How to make a quick and simple envelope without a template or fancy tools.
I have a video tutorial on the ScraPerfect blog today showing how to make an envelope. This is the final step of a three-part series that makes the card and envelop in the image above. Visit me on ScraPerfect and follow along with each step. [step 1 – DIY stamp] [step 2 – card] [step 3 – envelope]