Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Kraft Journal Tutorial - Make Your Own A2 Envelopes with Liners

Hi!

(If you are looking for my DeNami Designs Product Spotlight post please click here)

It's my turn to host a tutorial at The Kraft Journal this week. I am going to show you One way to make your own A2 envelopes and liners. 

First let's gather some supplies
Stylus
Paper Trimmer
Corner Rounder
Scissors (Not pictured)
Adhesive
A Scoring Board

Cut your Lunch Bag Kraft Cardstock to 7 3/4" by 10 ".
Take the long ends and Score at 1" on both sides.
Now turn it so the long side is at the top and Score at 2 1/2" and 7".
Fold all your score lines.
Cut out the rectangles at all 4 corners. 
For the liner, cut your Vintage Dictionary Pages at 5 1/2" x 5 ".

Use adhesive to put your liner inside the envelope. 

The part not pictured and is optional is rounding the corners of your flaps. This is the time to do this before you add adhesive to the lower portion only of the side flaps. (About where the liner stopped and where you see the adhesive sitting. 
Bring your bottom flap up and you are finished! :-)
Be sure to stop by The Kraft Outlet to check out the wonderful line of products including many of the products used today! 

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Many thanks for your visit today! 
~Tammy~

23 comments:

Mary Pat Siehl said...

love this tutorial and i totally love how you lined it with vintage dictionary page- awesome

Lisa said...

Awesome tutorial, Tammy!! I love the idea of lining it with vintage dictionary pages - genius!! It looks amazing!! Happy Wednesday :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

That is sooooooooooooo awesome!! I love it!!!

sandi said...

Wonderful tutorial! Love the look of your envelope!

Melissa Shea said...

shut up this is awesome! great tut! now how to save it so I'll actually use it???

VanessaB said...

although I haven't done it in a long time, I used to love making envelopes! Esp. tissue paper or napkin ones. so fun! thanks for the tutorial- love your envy! :)

Maria said...

I must try making an envelope! Love the kraft with dictionary paper for the lining! A great tutorial...thank you Tammy!!!

Lisa said...

Great job Tammy, the text liner looks amazing!

Craftin Suzie (Susan Flynn) said...

Fab tutorial Tammy and love the dictionary lining! Susan x

Joyce said...

Love this tutorial. It's going on my tutorial pinterest board. I know just the project I'm saving it for. Thanks.

Karen Letchworth said...

Hi Tammy! Great tutorial, thanks for sharing this. I hope you will stop by again this week and play along at Word Art Wednesday. The main prize is a die-cut set from Cheery Lynn Designs, and there are 10 other chipboard prizes. I'd love to have you jpin us!
Karen

Heather Jensen said...

Great tutorial! Love the book paper liner. :)

Jessi Fogan said...

This is so cool! I love how easy you make it look :)

Sherrie K. said...

LOVE this! Thanks for the fun tutorial...I will have to make one!
Have a great evening!
Sherrie K

Annette said...

this is awesome..thanks for sharing..will be making these for sure..

Benzi said...

Super tutorial, Tammy. I love the idea of the vintage pages..made it look so professional.

Audrey Pettit said...

What a great tutorial, Tammy! So love the look of the dictionary paper lining the kraftenvelope. I am so going to be doing this!!

Dawn said...

Fantastic tutorial! Love the vintage liners.

Hugs, Dawn

Denise Price said...

Great tutorial, and I love how you used the vintage dictionary paper. Beautiful upcycling. :)

Michaela said...

Hi Tammy
Thank you very much for your lovely comment you left on my blog. Very much appreciated.
I am glad I've popped by. I love your tutorial and am bookmarking it just in case it comes handy one day.
Thanks for sharing.
Michaela xx

Barb M said...

love this! newsprint lined envies? uh, yes please!!!

fun stamping said...

Love that tutorial - cool idea - will need to "borrow" that one day.....

Colleen Dietrich said...

What a gorgeous envelope! I always tip my hat to you when it comes to your tutorials. You come up with great ideas and present them just right. :)