Envelope making at home

Home envelope production

) and print it on your card before making your card. Doing a paper envelope! Tonight we're gonna take a paper envelope out of a piece of paper. An homemade card certainly requires an envelope that is just as special. These lines will be used as a guide for making the flaps of your envelope.

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You' ll see how simple it is to create a customized envelope for all your hand-made maps. It can be made of either coloured or uncoloured papers and can be customised to suit your personal use. There are also hints on how to make an envelope for postcards or letters of any sizes and a Father's Day envelope.

Check out the Mother's Day Pop-Up Card craftsman' s art to find another envelope stile to match pop-ups. Select the envelope format and theme you want to create. Most hand-made maps should have an envelope in invite format. These sizes fit "5½" by "4¼" postcards, fourfold letterhead and the postcards in the greeting postcard tutorials.

Pop-up cardboard envelope for 5 1/8" x 4" maps and heart shape cardboard envelope for 5" x 4¼" maps. To create a customized envelope resize, see the directions at the end of the work. Note the tags that identify the upper and lower cover flaps. 6.

Samples are Adobe PDFs. You may need to Auto-Rotate and Center or Print to PDF page sizes when you print from Adobe Reader to get the best customization. Colour the envelope with any colour and design. When planning to send the envelope, be particularly cautious not to specify where the sender email addresses and addresses should be located.

Trim the envelope on the continuous line of dots. Envelope fits better with flat edge. Rotate the envelope with the imprinted side down. Unfold the side panels on the dark line. Next, unfold the lower hatch on its dark line upwards and the upper hatch on its dark line downwards.

Create a crisp pleat by placing your mini image tightly along the pleat. Open the top hatch. Note where the lower hatch is overlapping the side hatches. Open the lower lid and stick the adhesive along the sides. Next, pleat the lower hatch over the side hatches and depress. Make sure that there is no adhesive on the inside of the envelope.

Put your postcard or your envelope in the envelope. Unfold the top hatch and close with adhesive, duct tape or a label. To make an envelope in advance or as a gift, you can put chewing paper on the leaked lid to close it. Envelope is finished for your postcard!

Use these simple instructions to create an envelope for any sized envelope or card: Take the map or letters and put in a little more. How much additional will depend on the width of the map or envelope - usually via ¼", or 5 mm. Mark a rectangular of the measurement on the middle of a large sheet of work.

From this point sketch a line to both edges of the square to create a square trap. Continue step 2 and 3 for the bottom and side panels, but only about " " (6 mm) for the additional overlapping of the side panels. Please refer to the information in this manual to create the envelope.

The envelope samples in this projekt can be used as a guideline. Some of the functions of these covers may be duplicated.

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