Here’s an envelope card inspiration that uses the Envelope Punch Board.
It’s perfect for a gift card, wishing well, cash or a little gift. It’s an easy fun-fold technique for the 6×6 Designer Series Paper (DSP).
I like to use an embossing folder for texture too. If you notice, I attached an embossed sheet on my card.
Here’s how to make the card:
- Make a small envelope with a sheet of DSP by using the Envelope Punch Board. There are measurements printed on the board to guide you.
- Emboss a Basic White card front and attach to a card base.
- Stamp a greeting and cut with a 1-3/4 inch Circle Punch. Attach this to a coloured cardstock cut with a 2-3/8 inch Scallop Circle Punch.
- Assemble the card by attaching the envelope on the card front. Attach the greeting below the envelope flap because this will help close it after you fill it.
- Embellish with stamped and die-cut images as a finishing touch.
Here’s a list of products I used:
- Basic White Thick Cardstock
- Envelope Punch Board
- 1-3/4 Circle Punch
- 2-3/8 Scallop Circle Punch
- Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine
I hope that you enjoyed this envelope card inspiration and that you’ll give it a go.
Will you be using this technique in your bullet journal and scrapbooking too? I use it a lot for my projects as pockets for ephemera.
Visit the online store for current products to help you in your card making.
Would you like to learn fun-fold techniques in class? Let me know so we can organise one for you. Bring along your friends too so you can share the experience.