Today I am sharing a project that I created yesterday with my downline, Barbara Miller. She came over so we could watch the last session of Leadership Conference streamed live and so we could set up her website. Of course I could not let her leave without us making something cute!
I saw somewhere on the www a sucker in an envelope. I knew I wanted to make one cause I love little cute things! Well, when we sat down to make it I could find it no where! So between our two brains we were able to figure out this envelope, which is smaller than the smallest size on the Envelope punch board.
Here is how I made these mini envelopes:
1. Start with a piece of 4" x 4" DSP (designer series paper)
2. Using your envelope punch board, score and punch at 2" on all sides.
3. Fold up the bottom flap and punch a hole at the center point on the fold. Creating a hole for the sucker stick.
4. Adhere the envelope with the sucker inside, giving it the room it needs.
5. Decorate your envelope as you like.
Do you see how figuring this out took the two of us! Once we figured it out we laughed at how easy it really was.
Barbara decorated the front of her envelope (the white one with red hearts). I decorated the flap side of my envelope (the red one with white hearts). We both used a very small piece of thin velcro to keep the envelope shut.
Here are the fun products I used to make these Mini Sucker Envelopes: