Pinterst today, and found lots and lots of fun things to make and do. So I'm going to share a fun, fast and very easy craft with you. I have lots of pretty shopping bags that I just keep saving, because well... one day I will find a project for them ~ really I will! The original site for making the envelope came from Country Living, and here is the template you will need to print.
Once you print your envelope template ~ the directions are on the center of that. The only thing I did differently was use Mod Podge instead of a glue stick. Mod Podge is a waterbase sealer, glue and finish for all surfaces. I use it for all of my paper projects, and it has not failed me yet.
I tried to print some fancy address labels to put on my new envelope, but that turned into a disaster! Oh...how I wish I could navigate easily around the computer. Basically, I'm an idiot when it comes to electronics. All electronics. UGH!
There are lots of possibilities for what you could use ~ scrapbook paper, gift wrapping, wall paper, the brown bags from the grocery store and of course all those shopping bags you save like me. I know you do!
You could make your own envelopes for birthday parties, baby showers, thank you cards, teacher gift cards, just a good ole fashion letter. and weddings. Hhmmm... guess that would depend on how big is the guest list, or at least how ambitious you might be...
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