The Miniature Envelope Tutorial was a hit! Today I’m sharing Tiny Envelope Tutorial using the template’s I created for the other video and showing how to create the tiny envelope and embellish it too.
Tiny Envelope Tutorial Video
Supply List for the Tiny Envelope Tutorial
- Miniature Envelope Template
- Mop Up paper
- Sharpie Pen Fine Point Pen
- Fiskars Scissors
- Distress Ink, Walnut Stain
- Blending tool
- Best Glue Ever by ScraPerfect
- No-Clog Writing Cap by ScraPerfect
- Metal Ruler
- Miniature Envelope Tutorial
- A scrap of cardstock for tiny note card
- Tiny shapes – hearts and butterflies made with paper punches
The process for this Tiny Envelope Tutorial. Choose a mop-up paper or scrapbook paper or any other paper you want to make into an envelope. On the back side use the miniature envelope template and trace with the Sharpie Pen.
Cut the envelope out using Fiskars Scissors. Then add distress ink to the edges. Fold the envelope and add distress ink on the new folded edges.
Attach the word(s) that have had distress ink applied around the edges to the front of the envelope. Adhere a tiny heart in the corner to represent postage.
Using the No-Clog Writing Cap on the Best Glue Ever by ScraPerfect apply a small dot at the peak of the envelope and allow to air dry. Once the glue is dry it is tacky and makes a great temp adhesive for the envelope flap.
Create a tiny card to fit inside the envelope measuring 1.5 x 1.25 inches. Apply distress ink around the edges and adhere a word.
Aren’t these super cute? I love how these turned out. For the first nine people that place an order for the mini envelope template and the words, I will send one of these little envelopes. Hurry as I know these won’t last long.
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