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Old 06-08-2006, 02:19 PM   #1  
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I've been looking at all the 3" x 3" cards in the gallery and I think they are awesome. I would like to try making some myself but I have never seen 3" x 3" envelopes. Could someone tell me where to find them? Thanks
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I have never seen them in a store, so make my own, that way they can co-ordinate.
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If you use a slightly larger non square envelope you won't have to pay extra postage that square requires. HTH
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Envelope template assortment I, I believe, has a pattern for a 3x3 square envelope. You will need extra postage.
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I use clear envelopes for mine. They are available at clearenvelopes.com.

Three by three envelopes are too small for the USPS. If you're going to snail them you have to use a larger envelope.
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Thanks ladies.
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