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DIY Fabric Envelope Liners

diy envelope liner vintage fabric

An easy and inexpensive trick for a multitude of things– Fabric as paper!  Turn your favorite vintage fabric (a small sample or scrap would do) into envelope liners with this tutorial from Posie Gets Cozy.  You basically cut the fabric into an envelope liner shape using a template and then scan it in for more color copies.  No fancy paper necessary. Check it out!

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1 Leslie @ everygoodandperfect { 04.16.10 at 8:06 pm }

CLEVER! Definitely one of those “why haven’t I thought of that before!?” concepts. Thanks for passing it along! :)

2 Miss B. { 04.17.10 at 3:10 am }

Oh I am big Alicia P. fam. I love that her husband silkscreened those cards for her. You find the best stuff always!

3 Kristen { 04.18.10 at 2:43 am }

Another way to make fabric envelope liners is using the Xyron Creative Station to add adhesive backing to your favorite fabric. The machine is super easy to use, and you can make anything a sticker! From paper to fabric to dried flowers! Just roll fabric through the label maker, and it adds an adhesive backing. Cut it to the shape of your envelope liner, and stick into your envelope! It also has a laminating cartridge, and one for magnet sheets.

4 Brittany { 04.18.10 at 4:27 am }

Your blog is beyond amazing! I just got engaged and I’m planning to do as much diy as possible, so this website is a dream come true!

5 Rita { 04.18.10 at 5:44 am }

very interesting…I’ve always wondered how to do that!

6 Sarah Wedding { 04.18.10 at 9:22 pm }

I love this DIY idea. I would love to find colorful vintage fabrics from thrift stores and make beautiful envelopes for a wedding shower! Weddings are great opportunities to go DIY crazy!

7 Dognbird { 04.19.10 at 1:56 pm }

I love this, such a rich touch.

8 Canada Flowers { 04.27.10 at 4:49 am }

The light green makes everything really charming. The floral design’s a sweet touch.

9 Michelle { 05.03.10 at 3:00 am }

What a great idea! It seems like something even a beginner crafter could tackle.

10 Sumayya { 06.11.10 at 3:44 pm }

Your blog is simply amazing I have taken inspiration from it and intend applying it to my sisters wedding just when I thought I was at a dead end Thank you