Hello crafters – it’s November and the holiday season is in full swing. Halloween is done and we are now into the Thanksgiving and Christmas rush. Today I am showing you an envelope I made with the Scor-pal and the Scor-Envi tool. And inside the envelope is a gift card holder.
I started by using the Scor-Envi tool to determine the size of the paper I needed and where to make the score lines. For this 5 x 5 envelope I used an 8.75″ square piece of patterned paper and scored at the 3.25 and 8.75 lines, then turning the paper once I made the same scores.
Once the scoring was complete, you cut out the little triangles where the score lines meet and then you can make the envelope.
For the inside gift card holder, I used a piece of patterned paper measuring 4.25 x 3. On the long side I scored at .25 on each end and on the short side I scored at 1″.
Then I made cuts as shown below.
From here I used scor-tape to attach the bottom flap.
I added this to the inside envelope along with a piece of patterned paper in which you can write a note.
Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you will check out the Scor-Pal Blog and see what the other designers have made this month!