String-tie envelopes


Posted on 3rd February 2020 by Laura Roman
Filed under All Papercraft Tutorials, Seasonal Crafts, Valentines Day Crafts, Design Team, Quick and Easy

You will need:

You will also need:

  • brads
  • string
  • hole punch
  • dies or embellishments
  • glue or double-sided tape

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To make it easier I created a template for this projects. The first step will be to print and cut the template from your favourite papermilldirect card.

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Next score and fold the dotted lines.

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Cut a few circles from glitter card and punch a hole in the middle.

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Take a pencil and make two marks on the envelope to where the closing will be.

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Glue the side flaps on top of each other and the lower flap (smaller one).

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Fix the circles with the brads. Make sure you add a string on the upper flap when fixing the brad.

The last step is to embellish and customise the envelopes. I used my dies to cut the card, but you can use stickers, ribbons, buttons..

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Tagged: Envelopes, string-tie envelope, valentines day crafts, gift wrapping

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