Anne Elser’s Elegant Envelopes

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  1. Anne Elser says:

    Thank you, Paper & Ink! Someday I’d like to hand deliver one to you and drool over all your luscious supplies!

    Happy inking!


  2. Joan Bechtel says:

    I have done the same thing with outdated calendars and maps. With the calendar pictures, there is usually a clear space for the address. With the maps, I write the address on a separate piece of plain paper, tear around it and glue it to the envelope; otherwise, it is too hard to read the address. – Joan Bechrel

  3. dotyuki says:

    Done the same Joan. I also taught a envelope folding class with large old atlases. Anne, your’s are wonderful! Dorothy Yuki

  4. DesignQuest says:

    Anne, your elegant envelopes would be a treasure for any recipient. I have made envelopes from thicker quality magazine pages. The challenge is to find pages with enough free space to feature an address. Labels are a workable solution. Lily Yee-Sloan

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