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Are you guys out there cursing my name? I was missing in action for a while – but it was a much needed break. For a minute there I was getting a little sick of myself! You know what I mean? After blogging day after day, you sorta get tired of the sound of your own voice. Over the last few weeks, I’ve been filling myself up with inspiration from all the other great bloggers out there and I’ve even had the chance to be featured in a few other places like the MFT blog and the Whimseybox blog! Now it’s time to get back to work and give you guys more crafty ideas to keep you busy …starting with another installment of Easy Like Sunday Morning. There are a bunch of companies out there that create seed packet envelope dies but you really don’t need it. You can make them yourself in a matter of minutes and you’ll love how easy they are to do and these are a great way to use up all those 6×6 patterned paper pads that you’re hoarding. I know you are. I know it.

Easy Like Sunday Morning: Seed Packet Envelopes Easy Like Sunday Morning: Seed Packet Envelopes {1} Score the cardstock based on scoring template sketch above {2} Cut at each corner at a slight angle as shown {3} Use the bone folder to create sharp creases at each score line {4} Adhere the inside flaps first, then the bottom flap. Easy Like Sunday Morning: Seed Packet Envelopes   I created a trio of seed packet envelopes and a coordinating set of little notecards that fit inside. These notecards are great for writing a quick message along or giving a gift card. These envies are perfectly sized for standard gift cards. Easy Like Sunday Morning: Seed Packet Envelopes DIYEasy Like Sunday Morning: Seed Packet Envelopes Easy Like Sunday Morning: Seed Packet Envelopes SupplyListHEader

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26 thoughts on “Easy Like Sunday Morning: No.11

  1. Yes, I hoard those paper packs. Thank you for sharing a way to use them other than for cards. The envelopes are adorable and just perfect for gift cards and cash that graduates will be getting!

  2. Cute cute cute!
    Question: is anyone else not receiving the emails? I haven’t gotten the blog in my email since April 1. I’ve checked my spam folder & they aren’t there either. When I try to sign up again, it tells me I’m already receiving them. I don’t want to miss a single one. Am I the only one having issues?

  3. Welcome back! Your posts always make me smack my forhead and ask why I didn’t think of that. Thanks for sharing another clever tip!

  4. OMG! Now that I’m able to see the tutorial on my computer (the phone just doesn’t cut it), I can see myself making a LOAD of these out of the very lightweight velum I have left over. These are going to make outstanding birthday cards for the girls this quarter! And how cool is it that we just need some basic scoring and then do the angle cuts with our eyeballs and scissors? No envelope punch board hootenanny. THANKS!

  5. Merci beaucoup!
    Oh yes it’s true I have tons of 6×6 papers. This tutorial is such amazing!

  6. Yes Amber you were missed! Glad you’re back and with these seed packs. I’ll be making them tomorrow for some gift cards I’ll be giving to my bible study leaders. Perfect timing.

  7. I am sure I speak for many of us who follow your blog – we appreciate and look forward to your posts, and we also can imagine how much time and effort you put into your blog to make it as perfect as it is. That being said – we also realize that you are not Wonder Woman (you’re not are you?) and that with all of that hard work you are entitled to a much needed rest!!! Glad to see today’s post – very cute and clever! Thanx!

  8. I made four of these in about 15 minutes tonight! Ok, truthfully, I made three and my 13-year-old son made one, too. They are so freaking cute, I don’t know what to do with myself! Thank you so much for sharing! Love your blog!

  9. I make a similar item, only slightly larger, then add “paper buttons” down the seam- just three of them. It’s SO cute! I use designer paper, dbl sided. Wouldn’t actual buttons look great too?!

  10. I make an item that is like to it, but a little bit bigger, and then I put “paper buttons” down the seam; there are just three of them octordle. The cutest thing ever! I use designer paper, dbl sided. Wouldn’t it be amazing if those were actual buttons?

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