DIY Floral Envelope Liners

We love statement-making stationery and we’re always looking for unique pieces that don’t break the bank. With this simple DIY botanical and floral envelope liners from Adelphi Events, your save the dates and wedding invitations will have the look of custom stationery for less.

Photography by Christina McNeill.

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We scoured the internet for timeless botanical and floral prints and found this book that gives you the best bang for your buck!  For less than $14 a book you can create at least 45 beautiful botanical and floral printed wedding invites – what a steal!

Materials:

–  Instant Wall Art Botanical Prints Book

– Paper Source’s Envelope Liner Template Kit

Scissors

– Pencil

Double Sided Tape or Glue Stick

Envelopes from Paper Source.  (We use paper source because of the tracing kit.)

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Directions:

– Using your desired print and the correct sized envelope liner template, with a pencil, trace where you’d like to cut. (Tip: Don’t be afraid to rotate the print for your ideal cut-out. )

– Cut along the lines.

– Take your newly cut print and slip it inside the envelope.

– Slightly fold the liner forward and add a small amount of double stick tape (or use a glue stick) to the back side of the top of the envelope.

– Press against the envelope and set.

Tip:  You could slip the liner inside the envelope and then fold the flap down to crease so you can ensure the envelope liner stays put.  It does leave a crease, so use your discretion.

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For more DIY Stationery ideas, check out one of our favorites: How to Address Your Own Envelopes.

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7 comments

  • Teresa says:

    Did you make photocopies of the pics in the book, some have a yellow background.

    • Christina says:

      HI Teresa! We did not make any photocopies. All the images were taken from the book itself. Some were colorful designs, and others (like the yellow background) were like drawings. We might suggest purchasing two books if you only like the colorful botanical prints! :)

  • Roxy says:

    The floral images used in the first photo are much different than what is used in the second. The second photo has a yellowed background on the floral images. Did all of these pictures come from the same book? If not, can you tell us where to get all of the images? Amazon wont let you view the inside of the book to confirm. Thanks!

    • Christina says:

      Hi Roxy! Yes – all of these images are found in the book. There were some designs we did not use because (as seen above) some of the yellow drawings had borders around them. But in most cases (if you’re creative!) you can turn the page sideways to avoid the “border”! Hope that helps and can’t wait to see what you come up with. :)

  • Ioana M says:

    Awesome tutorial, thank you! Any chance you remember the finish of the paper in the book – are the pages glossy or matte? Thank you for your response

    • Christina says:

      That’s a really great question! They were definitely more matte, but had a tiny bit of sheen to them. Not super glossy at all and looked really elegant! :)

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