Instructions for Making Size A6 Envelopes



A size A6 envelope is one of the most common envelope sizes. It is a plain, ordinary, everyday 4 3/4-inch x 6 1/2-inch envelope designed for everyday purposes. When you are tired of the ordinary and want some postage with pizazz, try making your own envelopes for every occasion. Amaze your friends and colleagues with creative and unique handmade envelopes. MaterialsArm yourself with the basic supplies. A ruler, scissors, glue stick, some spray adhesive, scoring instrument, and an envelope template provide the starting point. Then look around and see how creative you can get with materials. Basic colored card stock or scrapbooking paper, wrapping paper, pages from a favorite magazine, even

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