The Craft Cafe How To Make Business Card Envelopes
I’m so pleased today to welcome Claire W of Claireabellamakes to the Craft Cafe clan! Claire has definitely outdone herself for this adorable little papercrafts project. Keep reading to learn how to make your own business card envelopes –
Hello everyone! I’m so excited to be here at the Craft Cafe today and to share this DIY for a business card envelope. One of my big passions is papercrafting so I hope you enjoying making these.
You will need:
• Scrapbooking paper / Pretty card stock (fave brands include Maggie Holmes, Dear Lizzy, Crate Paper, Studio Calico, Amy Tangerine, Pink Paislee)
• Envelope Template
• Bakers Twine (10cm length)
• Bone Folder
• Hot Glue Gun
• Double Sided Sticky Tape
Begin by cutting out the envelope template in card stock or scrapbooking papers.
Use a bone folder to make the creases.
Hot glue some twine and then a button onto the deeper end flap. This will form your closure for the envelope later on.
Hot glue a second button on the deeper side flap.
Using double sided sticky tape (or hot glue if you prefer), assemble your envelope folding the side flaps in first, followed by the bottom and then the top.
You can then add your business cards to the envelope and use the bakers twine from the top button to tie around the bottom button.
A really cute and simple way to hold a few cards or even a bit of loose change or confetti!
Claire Wilson ,