|DIY Origami Envelope (front)|
|DIY Origami Envelope|
with a Tag &
Starbucks Gift Card
|Start with a 12x12 Piece of Patterned Scrapbooking Paper.|
|I Chose This Christmas Themed|
October Afternoon's Midnight Clear
from the Silent Night line. The
Map of the North Pole Compliments
My Air Mail Theme Beautifully.
|I Added Black Doodle Stitching Around|
the Border of the Paper for Added Texture.
|Folded the 12x12 Piece of Patterned|
Scrapbook Paper in Half to Make a Triangle.
|Folded the Bottom Right Corner|
Over as Shown Above.
|Folded the bottom Left Corner|
Over the Top of the Right Side as Shown Above.
|Folded the Bottom Left Corner|
As Shown Above to Create a
Diamond Shaped Enclosure.
|Diamond Shaped Enclosure (Close-up)|
|The Envelope Flap Should Tuck|
Nicely Inside the Enclosure
as Shown Above
(Back of the envelope).
|Front of the Envelope|
|Distressed the Edges of the Envelope|
with Tim Holtz's Vintage Photo
Distress Ink or Markers for
a More "Aged/Worn" Look.
|Grabbed Some "Air Mail" Themed Supplies|
From My Stash to Decorate
My Envelope. Here is a peek inside
my "Air Mail" Stash inside My Credenza.
|"Air Mail" Themed Goodies I Used|
on the Front of the Envelope.
|Added a Coat of Gesso to|
Tone Down the Patterned
|Chose the Unique Laser Design|
"Handle With Care"
Chipboard Piece to Embellish the
back of the envelope.
|Sprayed the ULD "Handle With Care"|
Chipboard Embellishment with
Heidi Swapp's 'Sweet Cherry'
|Stamped 'Snail Mail" on the Bottom|
Left Corner & Adhered the "Handle With Care"
Chipboard Embellishment with Matte Medium.
And VOILA" ~ Your DIY Origami Happy Mail Envelope is COMPLETE! ;D