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DIY Envelope

Post by Guest on 2011-02-02, 22:04

Not sure if anyone can use this, but I thought it might be good with quilling...an adjustable size envelope....? I got it from a friend who makes jewelry.

http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/diy_envelopes

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Post by paulahogue on 2011-02-02, 23:19

cool envelopes, like the idea you can use magizine pages, recycling is great. Thanks for sharing with us, I'll have to try it out!
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Post by Quill Me on 2011-02-02, 23:57

Thanks for link.
I make some out of old calenders. I had a small calender of roses and they made cute envelopes.
Sometimes i give them away as freebies if people buy my cards at a market.

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Post by miriam on 2011-02-03, 08:18

thank you for sharing the link it will certainly come in useful
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Post by A-M on 2011-02-10, 12:56

I have plastic templates for making envelopes and I have made them out of old calendars in the past but have not done so for a long time.... maybe I need to dust off the templates and use them again.
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Post by Karon on 2011-02-15, 22:29

What a nifty idea for the calendars. I remember seeing one that was made of wall paper which is great with the numerous prints available today to get some cute envelopes also.
Jean mentioned a while back that she uses foam trays cut in half to make a clam if you have something you don't want "crushed". Since our local fish and chip shop serves our sunday treats in them I have since been washing them up to set aside for just this purpose.
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