Stamp Highlight | Stems And Sprigs (Botanic Envelope)

Instead of using the new Stems and Sprigs stamps –  I’m using the new Botanic Envelope Creative cuts. And they’re super awesome!  Today I’m using the envelope to create a cute little tag with a removable note – I imagine it’s perfect to hang on some flowers, a bottle of wine or maybe just on the door handle of someone you want to send a little note. 

I started by cutting the main envelope piece from Botanic Envelope from some vellum, and the frame pieces and some of the leaves from silver cardstock. I glued the frame to the envelope, then used to frame to hide the glue when adding the entire envelope cutout to a piece of white cardstock – Only glue the edges, you still want to be able to use the slit to add things inside! 

I used the rectangles from the Four Window Cover as the little note inside. I stamped different messages on the 4 rectangles you get from one cut, using the Everyday Greetings and Paola’s Wishes stamps. Since I did not need four notes for my little envelope, I turned two of them into tags by punching a 1/8-inch hole in the top of them. I used the same punch to add a hole to the top of the envelope. Then I added some cotton string to the holes, keeping it together using a crimp bead. 

I stuck the note inside the envelope tag, along with some money and a few of the silver leaves loosely with it – That way the receiver can change the note themselves and reuse the little envelope.

Of course, you could add some of the gorgeous Stems and Sprigs to your envelope as well – anything you can think of really!

Supplies | Mama Elephant

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