OLD WORLD SANTA DIY - PRINTABLE ENVELOPE



Just click on the image above to save to your files.  Print & Create!

*Notes:
  1. Print first. 
  2. Then make your card base to fit.
  3. Cut, score & fold envelope. 
  4. Use glue stick or double sided adhesive tape on bottom 3/4 of sides flaps.  Do not glue all the way to top of side flaps.  When you bring the bottom portion of envelope up it will not go all the way to the top of the flaps.  So you may want to fold first to see what amount of play room you have for the glue.
  5. Not suitable for mailing unless you add fixitive to your print to prevent smearing/smudging of image & Secure back flap with tape.
  6. Designed for personal delivery of handmade Cards!

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11 comments:

Dee said...

What a unique idea. I enjoy making my own envelopes, so thanks!

Lady Editor said...

Marvelous!!! Thanks...I will make use of this free gift. You're awesome. All the best.

Kathleen said...

Amazingly cute and original idea, thank you.

Carol L said...

This is beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing!

Four11Lady said...

Lovely image and idea! TFS

Dixieglitzie said...

this is a brilliant idea...thanks for sharing it with us:)

weva said...

Thank you!

Kelley said...

Thank you for the envelope. My laptop and colored printer don't like to play nice so I'm sad I can't print it out right now. I'm working on something right now and I could use it.

free samples said...

Looks like Christmas preparation are going well i like the envelope Santa is looking cute in the envelope!!

Scrappy Rat said...

How cool! Thank you so much! These will be neat for all kinds of giving this year. :)

txexperiment said...

Thanks so much!