I really enjoy filming and sharing videos. While I love to share creative techniques and to encourage you to use your products in fun and unique ways, videos are also an opportunity to share a product I really love. Today’s video is a product-focused video.
The Envelope Liner Framelits make it simple to coordinate a card with its envelope. By cropping a liner with a coordinating or matching paper, the Framelits can really make the envelope a special part of a gift. I’m showing you how I use them – I think my use of them is pretty standard, so this might be nothing terribly new. That said, every time I share a project with the Envelope Liner Framelits, I receive a comment or email asking for a video. That makes me think a video might be very welcomed. Well, here it is:
I mean it when I say that these are one my favorite and most-used products in the Stampin’ Up! catalog. I love the finished look of an envelope that perfectly coordinates with a card. If you don’t have these Framelits, I hope you’ll give them a try. If you already have them, I hope these tips help you to make the most of them.
To add to the excitement, I’ve created a handy reference guide so that you can easily pair your Framelits with the appropriate envelopes. Feel free to save this off:
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