Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Cards with Matching Envelopes

When I make cards, I always like to include matching envelope inserts. 
You can do this by stamping your own as I did here, or using gift wrap or a magazine page....
Its always looks so nice, don't you agree?


 Stamps used:

Other supplies:
  • Colored paper
  • Black cardstock
  • Card base
  • Black pigment ink pad and assorted colored ink pads
  • Zig glue pen
  • Deco Foil


 As seen in the photos above, its quite easy to make a envelope insert template.
You just trace your envelope onto a piece of cardstock, cut, fold and done!

Trace your template onto a piece of colored paper. Don't cut on the traced lines just yet. 
Stamp on the that paper first. Then cut on the lines, fold and adhere inside the envelope just below the envelope adhesive. 


Stamp some flowers onto scrap paper. Use the Zig pen as detail. It goes on blue and become clear when ready for the foil. Press the foil down over the glue and then pull up to reveal some shiny goodness! Cut these out and use as seals for your envelopes. 

Stamp some white cardstock with the Petals and Flowers stamp and cut out. 
Randomly stamp your card background.
Assemble your cards with cutouts.


Add some foil detail to your card too!


Thanks for coming by, I hope you enjoyed my card!

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