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Then cut them out with your silhouette or print the .pdf templates (fit to page) and hand cut the pages. You’re all ready to start assembling the cards as per the directions below.
Assembling your envelope
First you need to crease your fold lines. You can do this with a scoring board, cut it with the silhouette, or just fold along the drawn line. Whichever floats your boat.
Next, fold the bottom flap inwards. This will be one of the longer flaps. Add some double sided tape to the bottom edge of the two shorter flaps and press them onto the bottom flap.
For the top flap, you can either use double stick tape or glue when you’re ready to send it, or you can use envelope gum. Envelope gum adheres wet, but can dry and be re-moistened later.
That’s it! Coming up in the next few posts are my extract labels (the hand written draft has been found!), single stroke lines without Illustrator, and a few other envelope posts. This Monday is the Fabric Silhouette Challenge, and I’m so excited for that!
There are a few changes coming to the blog, but I want to get the things above off my writing desk before I implement them. Hopefully they will allow things to run smoother around here! As always, thanks for stopping by!
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