Envelope liners are one of those things that are just “extra”. Meaning you don’t necessarily need them to have an amazing wedding, but they are an special touch that a details person such as myself just goes nuts over. They just add extra OOMPH. Yes, that’s a technical term. These liners are great for a wedding invitation, but you could also use them to personalize Christmas cards, party invitations, thank you cards, or even just a note to say hi. They are that easy to make!
I made these liners for our wedding invitations in an afternoon. Here’s what you need:
- Computer paper
- Glue stick
- Hole punch (I used a Martha Stewart brand edge punch I got with a coupon at Michaels)
Use an envelope and a pencil to draw a template of an envelope liner.
Cut out the template and use it to make as many liners as you need.
Once you have all of your liners cut out, take your edge puncher and punch out the top edge.
Using a thin layer of glue, attach the liner to the envelope. Then fold the flap shut to make a crease.
Stick around for the next installment in my DIY series…a diy cake bunting!