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Having made 50 criss cross cards according to the tutorial and realizing, hey, they don't fit in a standard A2 envelope, I spent last night reworking a template for the envelope. This would work not just with this card but with cards that are just a week taller (up to 4.7 in) than will comfortably fit in a typical invitation-sized envelope.
I have attached two .pdf files. One is a file for those who wish to print and cut. It has faint gray lines. The other is a file with score lines, to be used as more of a tracing template.
I hope this helps someone else. It might justify that I cut out 30 of them today.
A zillion thanks to you for the envelope template. You're exactly right; all of the templates I've seen, too, are just a tad too small for the 1/4 fold cards. I've spent about three hours of my Sunday trying to create one to my liking ~ several OK's but no cigar! I finally stumbled across this website and found myself at your space. I'm in heaven! Thanks, again! bookdiva
Thanks so much, Jolynn for the envelope templates. I just made 8 new cutout cards and can't find envelpes to fit them. The card sizes are 6.5 x 7, 6.5 x 5. 7 x 6.5 and 6 x 8. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
I am getting ready make 50 criss cross cards & saw this post & started to panic about envelopes. Then I realize I always use 5 1/2 bar envelopes & they will fit just fine. Whew!!! I was thinking A2 & 5 1/2 bar were the same size.