Thursday, 21 November 2013

Why Buy Envelopes When you Can Create Them in Minutes?

make a unique envelope in minutes

 Today I would like to share a simple craft - make your own unique envelopes!

For this Craft you will need:

envelobox creator

A Piece of paper (For this envelope I used a piece 192mm x 192 mm)
Double Sided Tape

Using the Envelobox place your paper face down and score all four sides with Score Line "G" in Position 1

how to use the envelobox creator

Using the envelobox crafters companion

creating handmade envelopes

envelobox uses

Before sticking the envelope together embellish the lip of the envelope.

embellishing envelopes

finishing the envelope

Nothing could be simpler...... :)
Here the envelope making in action:


And now it is your turn....

Link up your crafts and tutorials below.

I can't wait to see your new crafts that you have been busy with, please link them up below.

Don't forget:

This month the tutorial party has a theme - Festive :)

To be featured next week you will need to link up all your well-laid out festive tutorials

Your tutorials can be creative, handwork, recipe or any other tutorial that you feel fits the bill. 

So to reiterate, I will be featuring all tutorials that have something to do with the festive season.

(For a tutorial to be featured it needs to be photo-rich and laid out in a step-by-step format)

Of course you can also link up all your other crafts and creations, I love to visit each of your lovely posts, but if you are looking for a feature this month you need to stay in the category :)

Remember: 

If I feature 3 or more of your posts at the end of this month you will receive your own Featured post 

(Please note: this only applies if you have not had a featured post on Marigolds' Loft already. If you have been featured before, you will still receive a spot on my sidebar as a Tutorial Whiz for the month of December)

This Link Up closes on Saturday 23 November so be sure to link up soon :)

3 comments:

  1. Thank you for hosting today's party :) I hope you're having a great week!

    Hannah ♫
    Sew Lah Tea Dough

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  2. thanks for hosting. this is great. I must buy it

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  3. I can see this tool would pay for itself quickly. Thanks for sharing.

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