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Seed Envelope Card + Tutorial

Hi there! I'm back with a second post for Ewe-N-Me Printables and again I have a tutorial to share on how to maximize your digital goodies. Today I'm working with a Printable Cocoa/Seed Pack Envelope called Deposit Seed Co., and I'm altering it to make an envelope card. The great thing about this is that you can match the original treat envelope with the card to give as a gift.

This step by step tutorial is possibly the easiest tutorial ever and I'm sure you will be able to make the card right away after you see how I made it.

1. First, cut the envelope in half as shown below. Cut also the flap on the side (bottom).
You are left with two pieces that should look like this:

2. Use the flap on the largest piece to adhere the smallest one. The flap should go below the smallest piece (or on the inside).
3. Layer the inside and embellish your card as desired.




 

Easy as 1-2-3 right? Well, I hope you enjoyed my little card and that you find this tutorial useful. Don't forget to stop by Ewe-N-Me and purchase some goodies. There are a great amount of treat envelopes you can alter (really, so many designs). If you'd like to get this particular digi go here. And I invite you to check out their NEW items, perfect for the next holidays!

Thanks for your visit. I will be back on friday with a new release of digital papers I designed and of course a new giveaway!

This card is participating in:
Anything Goes - Scribble and Scrap
Summer Blooms - Flonzcraft
Anything Goes - Crafting from the Heart

Anything Goes with a Handmade Bow - Craft-Dee Bowz



Comments

  1. What a delightful creation and great tutorial Graciellie.

    Thanks for joining in at FlonzCraft Vintage Stamping Chellenges.

    B x

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  2. Beautiful, and such a wonderful idea. :D Thanks for the tutorial and your wonderful card.
    Thanks for joining us at Scribble and Scrap Challenge.
    Deborah DT

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  3. great tutorial and love the images and envelope card-thanks for joining us at CFTH
    Carol DT x

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  4. What a great tutorial :) I love the design and the colors !

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  5. I love your tutorial!!! What a super design!! Thanks for joining us at the Craft-Dee BowZ challenge this month. Join us again soon. Hugs, Barbara

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  6. Gracie,
    Good job on the tutorial, easy to follow. Cute card.

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