Printable all-in-one card and envelope | How About Orange

January 26, 2010

Printable all-in-one card and envelope

Natalie Jost has designed some printable floral "cardvelopes," a genetically engineered card-envelope hybrid. You know, like a liger, only not as sad. Just print on cardstock, trim, write your message on the blank interior, and fold. They're free for the downloading right here.

33 comments:

solstice letters said...

Sweet goodness. I like these.

dawn said...

like a liger. lol.

live a colorful life said...

Thse are great. Thanks!

concretenprimroses said...

Those are very cute. Another idea is to cut the same shape out of one sided scrapbook paper and follow the directions. Or open up and trace an envelope of your choice onto scrapbook paper.
Hmmm. I may never buy more stationery.
Kathy

3 M's said...

cute! I have so much cardstock on hand waiting to be used for something- great idea, thank you for sharing :)

sioux falls cars said...

Those are adorable!

Grandma G said...

Much cuter than a liger!

*~kAy~* said...

How interesting!
Thanks for sharing!

Linnea skriver: said...

They are very fine - thanks for sharing...

elle moss said...

so cool! thank you!

Tegan and Tage said...

Oh my goodness you referenced a liger. You are funny!

Shutter Sisters (www.shuttersisters.com) has another free downloadable Valentine card/envelope that is super cute and includes a photo (it is designed for Photoshop) but it is the same idea.

Jan said...

Thanks for the link.

The Bearded Lady said...

THANK you for the link!!

Those poor, poor ligers. They never catch a break.

Alli (One Pearl Button) said...

This is pretty much my favorite type of card.


Hey, you mentioned ligers - somebody had to make a Napoleon Dynamite comment!

Jess said...

Vote for Pedro.

Jennifer Katherine said...

Fabulous!!! Thanks for sharing!

autumn said...

so pretty! i love the designs. natalie has some serious "skills"...(even better than computer hacking skills!)

elle said...

I'm getting an error when I try to get to those links. Is it just me?

agoodbuild said...

i got an error too....

Kim~HomeIsWhereTheHeartIs said...

I also got an error message!

Jess said...

So strange! Everything worked yesterday. A temporary server glitch on their end? Beats me! I'll try back later.

jenmenke said...

Her whole sight looks to be down right now...

style-for-style said...

FUN, I love free gifts from crafty paper people.

Marnie said...

I tried to click on the link to download and I got a Internal Server Error. Any ideas on how to download these?

Erin @ SYL: Slipcover Your Life said...

I love these!!! And I had a few notes I needed to write!

Becky said...

Oh man! I like ligers!!

Thanks for sharing the link!

postcards and pretties said...

love these...thanx for sharing

Packaging USA said...

Pretty! I have a large amount cardstock on pass coming up to be utilize for something- brilliant idea, thanks for sharing us.

Taylor said...

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Wehaf said...

I like these, but I still hope for some stylish all-in-ones that don't require the use of scissors. Sigh.

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php scripts said...

Correct. I can not seem to access the link. =(

Katie said...

I love these, but I think the link is broken.

Jess said...

Yep, Natalie seems to have moved some of her posts over to a new blog, but I can't find a link to this project anymore. Sorry, guys!

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