Who doesn’t love to open up mail to find something a little extra special? Party invitations are always fun to receive, but why not add something to make them POP even more?!? And who knew it could be so easy with do-it-yourself liners for your envelopes to coordinate with your invites?!
Envelope liners can be made from all sorts of things: scrapbook paper, paper bags. notebook paper, tin foil, wrapping paper, etc..
Though I love this little invite I created for my nieces’ upcoming Rainbow Art BirthdayParty, I felt like it needed a little something extra in the presentation. I had purchased two rolls of wrapping paper to use for party decor already, so I decided to pull one out and see what I could do. Hence the liners. Super easy. Here is how…
Take one of the envelopes (hopefully you have extra), and cut the flap off. Then, cut the lick-n-stick strip off.
Now you have three pieces.
Use the triangle as a template, but add an inch (or more) to the bottom (as shown above) in order to have enough to tuck down into the pocket of the envelope.
Use a glue stick to glue the liner to the inside of the envelope just below the lick-n-stick edge.
And, that’s it!
Hope you’ll try it too for your next set of invites or cards–and share pictures with me!