Hey Friend - Pinkfresh Studio + The Stamp Market | Turning Envelopes into Cards

Hello Friends! So glad you stopped in today!

Today's card is yet another example of why I loooove large envelopes. They make for the best little parcel/tuck-in cards. I simply cut them in half, and then decorate to my hearts content!
You can see a recent project I've done with this same technique here.

I used all of the latest pretties I've been crushing on to decorate this tuck-card.
Ah-dorable fonts? Check. Florals? Check. Darling patterns? Check.
It's not hard to get carried away decorating with these, friends.

Atop my envelope, I added some layers of cardstock, stamped with the beautiful Jumbo Criss Cross Background. I also added the Leafy Envelope die-cut, stamped with Lovely Blossoms, and colored up with Copics. Just below that, I added in the Kelly Alpha Lowercase fonts and a sentiment from the Floral Vase set. Of course, this design could be pared back by omitting any of these accents, which would also make this card a tad more mail-able.

But seeing as I was just having fun, why not deck it out! To finish things off, I added a matching flat card for tucking, leaving ample space for a sweet note.

Thanks for visiting, dear friends :)


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  1. Ivana this is another gorgeous creation … I just have one question! Whose envelope is this pretty little number? OH maybe you made it?

  2. Just a gorgeous design Ivana.

    Hugs Diane

  3. These colors are sooo beautiful 😍
    Gorgeous creation Ivana

  4. Oh this is marvelous! I do like those sweet letters. I also like that you added the negatives pieces back into the envelope using those pretty pattern papers!

  5. You're so creative & talented, Ivana! I love how you put elements together!


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