While waiting for some new product
I've been working on my
Graphic 45 Come One, Come All
As we all do, I hoard Graphic 45 everything
and found these envelopes in my stash.
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.
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.
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
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.
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
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.
Super easy and fast to create!