Envelope liners are the cutest. There’s something really sweet about the unexpected pop of colour when you open up a card.
They’re also a super easy way to add a handmade element to your Christmas greetings without needing lots of supplies and taking up too much time.
As winter is around the corner, I couldn’t help but have some fun with the Christmas washi series from masté. These envelope liners would work with lots of different colour combos and patterns and they’re a great way to use up your washi tape stash.
- washi tapes (I’ve used masté’s winter walk, snow star, knit and snowman tapes)
- white paper
- double-sided tape or glue
- Take one of your envelopes and open it up. Trace the envelope shape and trim it so that the width is slightly smaller than your envelopes. Essentially, you’re trying to leave enough room for the liner to not cover the glue portion when you attach it to your envelopes. Thesweetestoccasion has a great tutorial that shows this process in more detail.
- Trace around your template and cut it out with scissors or a craft knife.
- Take your favourite washi tape and cover one side completely. Trim the excess tape or if you’re lazy like me, just fold it around the back.
- Slide the liner inside an envelope and attach with some double-sided tape.
The tapes above that are used for this diy are from masté’s winter washi tape series.