2 Envelopes Template
April 21, 2009

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NS (posted 9 years 6 months ago)
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Kris Laga (posted 11 years 2 months ago)
Bought this for making the envelope for the Giant Flower Card--My grandaugther loved it for her B-day. Will be making many more>
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Kathy (posted 11 years 2 months ago)
Great webisode...especially like the invitation idea!
Jill (posted 11 years 2 months ago)
If you happen to include the bar code of company name when tracing the template just line the envelope and it won't show.
Annette (posted 11 years 2 months ago)
Loved the webisode, as usual. And the tea party invite was darling! Thank you yet again!
Penny McGonigal (posted 11 years 2 months ago)
This is awesome & now I must go shopping :)
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Helene (posted 11 years 2 months ago)
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Jessica Napolitano (posted 11 years 2 months ago)
Why not use the template to make the lining? Just cut out the flap and 1/2 of the inside of the card.
Candice (posted 11 years 2 months ago)
A great way to use this template to line your envelope would be to trace the rectangle part and the top flap only on a paper, cut it out and tuck it inside the finished envelope. Glue the edges of the flap and leave the rectangle part free, it will stay on it's own. This is how I usually do it and it works great.

Another idea is to use the designed part of the paper on the inside to make an instant liner with a white envelope that is very mailable.
LK (posted 11 years 2 months ago)
This is exactly what I have been looking for. Can't wait to order it. Thanks.
Cathy (posted 11 years 2 months ago)
LOVE the invitation idea! Thanks again for a wonderful webisode...I have and love this template
Jessica Germain (posted 11 years 2 months ago)
Love this template! I've made many of my own by using old envelopes. This would be soooo much easier.
Sharon Hayes (posted 11 years 2 months ago)
Really enjoyed
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