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Old 12-24-2013, 03:43 AM   #1  
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Has anyone tried to make liners for white envelopes with the punch board? Just curious before I plunk down cash for liner dies, I thought I'd ask the experts!

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Well I answered my own question! Just went to Youtube and found Cristina Thomas (think she's an SU demo?) and found her video on how to make a liner for the A2 sized card. The only thing I will have to tweak is how to make that liner squared off since I use premade envelopes that have a square flap.
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Maybe try pinterest too.
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France Martin (Frenchie Stamps) has a fabulously easy video tutorial on her blog.
Stamp & Scrap with Frenchie: Stampin'Up! Envelope punch board easy way to make a liner
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Has anyone tried to make liners for white envelopes with the punch board? Just curious before I plunk down cash for liner dies, I thought I'd ask the experts!

Fyi...the su envelope liner dies do not work well with envelopes made on the punch board. They are different shapes/sizes. There are lots of videos on other things you can also make with the envelope liner dies though.....so they are quite versatile.
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Thanks Ladies. I did make it work pretty well. The directions I found on YouTube worked, I just had to figure out where precisely to cut off the pointed part since my envelopes have a square flap...did end up looking pretty good.
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Don't know if it would work but couldn't you clip off the pointed part of the flap with the 'rounder' punch on the board?
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Thanks for this thread. I look forward to making liners with my new toy, but today I looked through some more of France's videos and ended up making a couple of boxes for cards along with their envelopes.
Envelope Punch Board Box and Envelope Punch Board Box 2
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Mary Fish has a video today on her blog too.
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I love Mary's video. Her way of doing liners doesn't waste a lot of paper.
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Great tutorial! Thanks for sharing it
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Mary's tutorial makes me want to start lining all my envelopes now--love how she gets so much mileage out of such a small square of paper! Of course, with my accumulated paper stash, I don't think I will run out anytime soon
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I just watched both of these videos and I think I like Frenchie's measurements a little better. Her video is a little harder to follow, but I love her cute accent.
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Yes, I loved Mary's video, and it works great if you're using the envelope punch board to make your envelopes. I make cards for OWH and there is a "no homemade envelope" policy so I buy my envelopes, which have a square flap. I've had to come up with my own tweaks to make it work on those. It does require more paper wasting, but it works!
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This may have solved my problem! I ran out of envelopes and didn't order anymore since I recently bought the SU Envelope Punch Board. I have been using copier paper to make my envelopes and they seem a little thin. I never thought of putting a liner in it!
Thanks for the idea ladies!
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