10 October 2014

Two in One: Christmas Card and Envelope

Who doesn't love a 2 for 1 offer? Well, today I have a 2 in 1 project I made with a printable from Ewe-N-Me! Basically I am talking about one single digital file that can be cut and used in many different ways.

I made a card and an envelope from Gift Card Envelope - Holiday Kris 101.  I printed the file twice, once on regular white bond paper and once on white cardstock. I cut the one printed on paper as it comes originally, to make my envelope. And then I cut the one printed on cardstock trimming all the flaps, so I was left with a note card.



I did print the file for the note card slightly smaller so it would fit on the envelope. You can do this by simply adjusting the printing size to 95% (or smaller if you wish). These options pop up right before printing the pdf file.


As you can see the note card will have a nice image on both sides, as well as the envelope. I really love how they look. This is a simple and pretty way to add a personalized card to a Christmas gift, and the vintage image is so nice, I must add!

I hope you like the project, and try it out yourself. Usually people think these printables use too much ink, but they don't necessarily. I invite you to visit Ewe-N-Me Printables store and take a look at all the new stuff that's been added.

Stay tuned because on November we'll have a series of Christmas projects that you won't want to miss! Also, we have new DT members that are creating amazing projects every week on Ewe-N-Me Printables blog, so make sure you subscribe!

Thanks so much for stopping by everyone! Have a nice weekend!

3 comments:

  1. Very nice Gracie. I love those old images

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  2. Gracie, I love this project. That would be a great way to include a gift card also! Love that old fashioned look. I collect Santa's, this would be neat to print out and set with my Santa's on my fireplace for the holidays. Thank you for the neat ideas!

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  3. What a gorgeous project!! I love the vintage Santa image!! I will definitely have to check out the Ewe-N-Me Printables store!! Thanks for the inspiration!!

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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Thanks so much for your kind comments!

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