This envelope card was created with one sheet of double sided pattern paper. Be patient, this tutorial is picture heavy.
Using 12" x 12" double sided pattern paper, score at 6", then rotate and score at 6".
Fold on the score lines.
Repeat until all 4 edges are folded inward and you have this perfect 8" square.
Realign the folded piece on your Scor-Pal and score at 4".
Then fold on the scored line.
Open the 2 flaps so they meet.
Add Scor-tape to one flap, then adhere the flaps together.
Wrap ribbon around the envelope, tying a bow at the bottom.
Place Scor-tape along the edges of the top flap and add ruffled ribbon.
Stamp a sentiment and die cut with Spellbinders dies.
Die cut pink scalloped circle and add to the front of the card.
This helps secure the ribbon.
To create card panels, cut cardstock 7 3/4" x
Cut pattern paper slightly smaller, then emboss with a Cuttlebug embossing folder.
Lightly ink with brown ink.
Add a smaller panel of pink across the center and use Scor-Tape to adhere additional ruffled ribbon.
Die cut 2 circles and add a sentiment to the center.
Insert this card inside the envelope.
For the back panel, create another card as noted above.
Leave off the ribbon and instead die cut 2 larger scalloped circles with the sentiment across the center.
Why not try making one today. You still have time.