Using regular paper and rubber glue, you can make your own envelopes in almost any size. It's easy - even kids five-years-old and older can do this (with supervision) - and it's the perfect way to send a handmade card!
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How to Make a Greeting Card Envelope

Using regular paper and rubber glue, you can make your own envelopes in almost any size. It's easy - even kids five-years-old and older can do this (with supervision) - and it's the perfect way to send a handmade card!

Step 1 1. Lay your card on a piece of 8 1/2 x 11 paper. Center it horizontally on the paper but a little low. If you don't have a card already, just mark the paper where you want your card to be.

Step 2 2. Fold the sides of the paper inwards. Leave a little room so the envelope will be a little larger than the card.

Step 3 3. Press firmly on the edge of each fold so it lays down flat.

Step 4 4. Do the same with the top and the bottom (remembering to leave a little wiggle room).

Step 5 5. Now flatten out the paper and remove the card.

Step 6 6. Time to snip off the corners. Make a cut slightly larger than 90 degrees.

Step 7 7. One corner snipped off.

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