Sep 6, 2019

Make Tissue Paper Envelopes

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Learning paper crafts can help you to use scrap paper to create artful stationary, envelopes and more. Gather old calendars, magazine pages or tissue paper to make decorative envelopes. These envelopes can be used for letters, gift cards, scrapbooking and recipes. The best way to ensure your envelopes are uniform is to create and use a template. You can buy a template at a craft store or make it yourself. Create your own stationary in the color, pattern and shape of your choice. Learn how to make tissue paper envelopes.
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Learning paper crafts can help you to use scrap paper to create artful stationary, envelopes and more. Gather old calendars, magazine pages or tissue paper to make decorative envelopes. These envelopes can be used for letters, gift cards, scrapbooking and recipes. The best way to ensure your envelopes are uniform is to create and use a template. You can buy a template at a craft store or make it yourself. Create your own stationery in the color, pattern and shape of your choice. Learn how to make tissue paper envelopes.
   
 
[[Category:Tissue and Crepe Paper Craft]]
 
[[Category:Tissue and Crepe Paper Craft]]
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=== Making an Envelope Template ===
 
=== Making an Envelope Template ===
#Find an envelope in a size you would like to copy. Fold up a piece of your stationary to make sure that it will fit in your envelope.[[Image:Make Tissue Paper Envelopes Step 1.jpg|center]]
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#Find an envelope in a size you would like to copy. Fold up a piece of your stationery to make sure that it will fit in your envelope.[[Image:Make Tissue Paper Envelopes Step 1.jpg|center]]
 
#Turn the envelope to the back side. Use your fingers or an X-Acto knife to carefully lift the folded edges of the envelope 1 by 1.[[Image:Make Tissue Paper Envelopes Step 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Turn the envelope to the back side. Use your fingers or an X-Acto knife to carefully lift the folded edges of the envelope 1 by 1.[[Image:Make Tissue Paper Envelopes Step 2.jpg|center]]
 
#* You should have a square shape with scalloped edges. Each edge will fold in a triangle shape to create the pocket of your envelope.
 
#* You should have a square shape with scalloped edges. Each edge will fold in a triangle shape to create the pocket of your envelope.
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#Allow the glue to dry well. Check to make sure the inside of the envelope is open and not glued together.[[Image:Make Tissue Paper Envelopes Step 15.jpg|center]]
 
#Allow the glue to dry well. Check to make sure the inside of the envelope is open and not glued together.[[Image:Make Tissue Paper Envelopes Step 15.jpg|center]]
 
#Fold the top triangle down and crease well.[[Image:Make Tissue Paper Envelopes Step 16.jpg|center]]
 
#Fold the top triangle down and crease well.[[Image:Make Tissue Paper Envelopes Step 16.jpg|center]]
#Place your object or stationary inside of the envelope. Affix the top with glue along the edges, a sticker, or choose to leave it open.[[Image:Make Tissue Paper Envelopes Step 17.jpg|center]]
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#Place your object or stationery inside of the envelope. Affix the top with glue along the edges, a sticker, or choose to leave it open.[[Image:Make Tissue Paper Envelopes Step 17.jpg|center]]
   
 
== Video ==
 
== Video ==


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