Envelope Envy Video Tutorial Part Two

Stampin up sweet pea vintage labels quilt card

Grab your popcorn.  It's time for my Envelope Envy Video Part Two!  Honestly, it's so quick and easy, you won't have time more than a handful of kernels.  Did you miss Envelope Envy Part One?  Click to learn how to line the interior of your envelopes.

STAMPIN' PRETTY TIPS:
  • SDC13241-2 Build a card "quilt" using Sweet Pea Designer Series Paper (Occasions Mini Catalog) and Stampin' Up!'s 1 1/4" Square Punch.  All the color and pattern coordination is done for you!
  • Delicious . . . Have you seen the Satin Ribbon in nine Stampin' Up! colors in the Occasions Mini Catalog (p. 27)?  I used silky Chocolate Chip.  Yummy!
  • Click (and scroll down) to view my previous Occasions Mini and Sale-A-Bration samples.

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Vintage labels stampin pretty Stamp Set:  Vintage Labels (Sale-A-Bration:  Wood-Mount 118392, Clear-Mount 119122)
Paper:  Sweet Pea Designer Series Paper Pack (117161, Occasions Mini), Pumpkin Pie (105117), So Saffron (105118), Whisper White (100730)
Ink:  Chocolate Chip (100908), Taken With Teal (103257)
Cool Tools:  Small Oval (107304) and Wide Oval (112082) Punches, 1 1/4" Square Punch (104400)
The Perfect Touch:  Chocolate Chip 1/2" Satin Ribbon (117287, Occasions Mini), Stampin' Dimensionals

Whisper White Medium Envelope, Sweet Pea Designer Series Paper Pack (Occasions Mini), Paper Snips

13 Comments:

  1. I love, love, love your idea for a quilt card. I’m definitely going to try this. And your envy tutorials are wonderful. Thanks so much!

  2. I agree Gina! The tutorials and cards are absolutely beautiful!!!

  3. Mary: You bad bad teaser you…..How can you make me wait for your next video on embossing my envelopes? It’s just not fair. (TOTALLY KIDDING Mary!) I’m looking forward to watching your next video on how to “Jazz Up!” my envelopes by using an embossing technique. Thanks for sharing the last two videos with us – you really do amazing work. Kadie in Arizona

  4. Beautimous envelope deco…I need to do more of that and now feel more comfortable after watching your video! Thanks Mary!

  5. Must. CASE. Wonderful card and expert tutorial!

  6. Mary, I love your quilt card! I am going to try this…maybe today “). Love your videos. Thanks again for sharing.
    Blessings,
    Violet

  7. Love this. You help me stretch by mixing colors I wouldn’t normally use at all. My cards are no longer only green and pink now that I have discovered your blog.

    Hi Miss Mary: It really excites me to know that you are experimenting with color more after a little nudge from me. Hugs, M

  8. Well now why didn’t I think of that, silly me!! Great card, this pne I will have to CASE, and the envie is wonderful, perfect for those of us who open the envie down the side, this will still get seen. Now off to SplitCoast to add this card to my favs!!

  9. I had fully convinced myself that I did not need that paper pack, I did not want that paper pack, and I was not going to get that paper pack. And then you go and pull a stunt by creating a card SO BEAUTIFUL today that all my convincing has gone out the window. Argghhh! Thanks for sharing. Off to order.

  10. Great way to dress up your envelope~and so easy, too! Thanks!

  11. I LOVE your quilt card, Mary! Must case!! 🙂

  12. annie kunderman

    Hi Mary,
    beautiful card! I know that you have a tutorial on tying knot bows, but how about one for that beautiful bow on this card? I rarely get to use ribbon because I am horrible at tying pretty bows! Where did you learn?

  13. Stephanie daughtrey

    Please do a video on that bow! I have seen the knot bow, but I love this one too. Everything you do, I love. I look toward everyday to your post.

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