I have been enjoying making little envelopes with my Papertrey Ink seed packet Die.
There is a versatile array of ways you can embellish and personalise these.
The red one contains a little Birthday Pressie.
The black and white one has some die cuts that I think a friend will like.
The green one is a little something cheerful for someone who lost a loved one recently. Just a small token. Something I think she would like.
On the Red I used a scalloped Nesties die and stamps from the Papertrey ink Tiny Tags set, finished it with some bakers twine.
The black and white one has stamps from Papertrey Ink postmarks stamp set and the co-ordinating stamp Die. The paper used in both of these is Lily Bee designs.
The green is a very pretty ( old ) chatterbox Paper that is floral on the reverse. The stamps on this one are PapertreyInk Limitless labels and Apple Fruit Fusion along with the Apple Die.
A little bit of Paper sweetness for your Monday morning :)
Good job they are just so cute :)ReplyDelete
I can see that seed packet die is going to make it onto my next PTI order!!ReplyDelete
Hi Tammy - what a great idea, you are very clever. BTW - been looking for an orange paint for our wall - googled "coppersmith" and your link came up!! It is the perfect orange for one of our walls. I didn't want to paint "blind" so was really happy to see how it looked first! Regards MandyReplyDelete
Gosh I liked them. The creativity on them is good!ReplyDelete
You are patient and take time with your paper craft... Well done.
How fun and sweet these are Tammy - love the idea :)ReplyDelete
These are gorgeous Tammy! Love them.ReplyDelete
I'm loving these, think I might have to make my own :-)ReplyDelete
those envelopes are absolutely gorgeous! I came looking for your date loaf (sent by Catherine) and got distracted. Glad I dd. Now off to bake.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Sweetheart. I *adored* receiving your little green parcel of prettiness. You are such a darling. You made my day, you kind soul. J xReplyDelete