Take your average Valentine, and take your average Valentine goody- now combine them. Didn’t everything just get doubly better? We think so. We’ve got the steps to make these super cute sewn envelopes so you can pass out Valentines with a little more pizzazz. They make the perfect gift for coworkers, teachers, classmates, mailmen, and anyone you’d like to spread a little Valentine’s cheer to! And if you’re just popping on, get Valentine’s Day inspired here, get the recipes here, get the invitations here, get another great DIY valentine idea here … and up next will be the full, fabulous, fancy but fun celebration!
Step 1: Cut the vellum into a 9.5″x6″ piece.
Step 2: Holding the vellum vertically, fold up the bottom 4″.
Step 3: Sew along the two sides and the bottom fold (making the three sides of your envelope).
Step 4: Stuff the envelopes with treats. Fold the 1.5″ flap down and tape with the floral tape.
Step 5: Cut a 1″ x 3″ piece of cardstock and tape it to the front of your envelope. Address it to your Valentine!
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