How To Make An Envelope Liner To Fit Any Size Envelope

Thank you all for all the lovely comments you've left for me about the Cards I've made recently.
There were a couple of questions too following my last post. Namely ...

How did you make your Envelope Liner?
And how did you make your 3D Stars?

So I've done a couple of quick tutorials to show you how to make them : )

They're both very simple ideas. And just as simple to do. But they're lovely skills to add to your creative repertoire and enhance your Card Making projects.

This post covers the Envelope Liner. I'll show you the 3D Stars in the next one : )

How to make an Envelope Liner to fit any size envelope.


1. Draw around your envelope on the wrong side of your liner paper.
2. Cut out your liner. I like to use my WRMK Crop-A-Dile Corner Chomper to round the top neatly.
3. If required, trim 1 or 2mm from the two side edges of your liner so it fits snugly inside your envelope. Place your liner inside your envelope.
4. Making sure the liner is properly aligned inside the envelope, and keeping the liner and envelope together, fold down the top of the envelope. You may find it easier to do this with the flat of your hand.
5. Open it up. Again, making sure the liner and envelope are neatly aligned …
6. … fold down and apply adhesive to the top part of the liner.
7. Using the flat of your hand, fold down the top of the envelope to stick the liner & envelope top together.
8. Open it up and you now have a beautiful lined envelope!

Love Liz xx

Credits
Patterned Paper: 'Ditsy Dots' from The Colour Collection printed onto Paperworks #46 Sparkling White Paper. From Paperchase.
Grey Laid Envelopes: From Paperchase.
WRMK Crop-A-Dile Corner Chomper (optional), Permanent Adhesive

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