My latest Button Farm project . . .
Thank you Graphic 45 . . .

Come One, Come All . . .

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While waiting for some new product

I've been working on my

Graphic 45 Come One, Come All 

mini-book.

As we all do, I hoard Graphic 45 everything

and found these envelopes in my stash.

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I wanted to glue these down to a page.

Problem is, I like the back as much as I like the front.

I'm cutting them apart, making hinges and using both sides.

Step 1: Cut off a sliver from the bottom of the envelope.

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Step 2: I "round" the envelope to get a good look at

one of the side seams and then

cut along the side seam to open up the envelope.

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Then cut down the other seam so you have a separate

back from the front.

Step 3: Cut off the envelope flap at the top of the 

"Timeless" tag.

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Step 4: Create 3 seams for the front of the envelope.

One for each side and one for the bottom.

Attach 1/2 of each seam to the inside left, right and

bottom of the envelope front.

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Note: I didn't make a gusset for my seams.

But if you want to "stuff" this envelope with goodies,

make sure you create a gusset.

Step 5: Attach the seams to the main page of your book.

Then attach the top fold-over to the page,

making sure the fold covers the front part of the

main envelope.

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The above photo shows my envelope on the page

with my leftover Timeless tag.

Below is another page I did, using the same cuts

with the red envelope and the Timeless tag.

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Super easy and fast to create!

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