Envelope liners are the perfect way to spruce up your snail mail, and today I’m sharing 6 free designs that you can print from home!
This philodendron pattern paired with a coral envelope makes me want to go on vacation.Download Green Philodendron Envelope Liner Download Pink Philodendron Envelope Liner
These little snails are doing a fine job of delivering their mail.Download Snail Mail Envelope Liner
Cacti can look so sophisticated in black, white, and blush.Download Cactus Envelope Liner
Donut worry…I have an envelope liner (and wax seal) to satisfy your sweet tooth!Download Donut Envelope Liner 1 Download Donut Envelope Liner 2
- Envelope Liner PDF (download above)
- A printer
- Matte photo paper or text-weight paper (1 8.5″ x 11″ sheet per liner)
- Envelope Liner Templates to match your envelope (my favorites are from Paper Source)
- Double-Sided Tape
As always, these printables are free for personal use only and may not be redistributed, copied, or sold. Please share the project with a link to this post. Tag us on Instagram with @prettypeaspaperie, #prettypeaspaperie.
Assembly is easy-peasy, but here are some notes:
1. Print the liner of your choice on a sheet of matte photo paper or text-weight paper. (Super thick paper won’t fold very well.) Use your high quality (or photo quality) print setting for best results. Note :: Each 8.5″ x 11″ sheet fits 1 liner.
2. Using pencil, lightly trace around your envelope liner template.
3. Cut out the envelope liner.
4. Slide the liner inside the envelope and place it where you want it. Fold your envelope to crease the liner. NOW, remove the liner and put a small piece of double-sided tape near the top of it (on the back, of course). Slide the liner back in, make sure it’s placed correctly, then stick it! (I don’t recommend putting tape on the bottom portion of the liner because it will crinkle when you fold the envelope. A single piece of tape allows the liner to move a bit as the envelope is closed and sealed.)
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