Where did that saying come from anyway? And why is it stuck in my head?!
Well, this is not TV at all.
It's not even a video.
But I definitely have a few things you MUST SEE.
The need for these all kinda popped up for me at the same time, and I was gonna try and share them all at once.
Then I decided maybe that wasn't a good idea.
So, before I get to part 1, I have to share this…
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PART 1–Envelope Punch Board (correction)!
For those of you who have made an envelope with me already, I have to correct you on something!!
Because we made a square envelope for a square card, it didn't matter.
BUT if you make a rectangle envelope, IT MATTERS!!
I learned (after doing wrong and then reading directions!) that after the first use of the score line up at the top (you know…the 3rd column of measurements), you DO NOT use the score line measurement again.
ALL OTHER PLACEMENTS OF THE SCORE LINE need to be in line with the "score guide".
Here's the score guide:
Here are steps 1 and 2, with scored lines also marked in black; descriptions are in black on the pic:
Here is what the final outcome looks like before folding on score lines:
I hope this showed you how to make your envelope correctly if you're not making a square one.
If you still have a question, let me know! Cuz if you DON'T understand and want to make a rectangle envelope and don't follow directions, you'll be wasting your designer paper–or whatever you're using.
(Did you hear that voice of experience?! *Ü*)
I'll be back tomorrow and Friday with Parts 2 and 3 in my mini-series. 😉
Have a great night!
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