Apr 21, 2016

A Little Happy Mail and a Tip on Envelope Liners

Revisiting a fun little set, Happy Mail, by Right at Home.  Paired it with a stitch heart die by Papertrey Ink and a coordinating envelope.

1.  Trim top layer and die cut the heart. The die only cuts the dots in a heart shape.
2.  Stamp sentiment.
3.  Mask and stamp flowers.
4.  Adhere top layer to card with dimensional foam tape.
5.  Die cut envelope liner (mine is from Clear and Simple Stamps) from patterned paper (this is from Stampin Up) and adhere as shown below.
6.  Put it in the mail and make someone smile.

Tip for lining envelopes.  Much easier to insert the liner without any adhesive.  Then fold down the top part of the liner on the score line, apply adhesive (see the pink arrows), fold back and adhere.



  1. why did I never think to put the liner in WITHOUT adhesive? awesome tip!

    1. thanks!!! makes it so much easier to place it where it belongs

  2. Super sweet set....envelope liners really pack a punch.

  3. This sweet card sure would make someone happy upon opening Joan B! Have a great weekend - Julia xx

  4. I love this card! The "holes only" heart looks great with the masked flowers inside. Very happy mail!

  5. Wonderfully CAS! I love the use of the stitching circle and the hot pink!

  6. Love this, Joan! Adorable card, AND pretty liner!


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