Friends are like the walls of a house. Sometimes they hold you up, sometimes you lean on them. But sometimes, it's enough to know they're just standing by.
Registered: March 9, 2004 Location: Midlothian, VA Posts: 852
Wed, Oct 19, 2005 @ 6:20 AM
I've been asked for directions for this project, so here goes: You just cut off the top of the envelopes, removing the flap, decorate them, and then put a line of sticky strip down the center to attach them all together, making a stack - I had 5, but you can do whatever number you want. Make 2 pieces from cardstock to be your front and back and attach the first and last envelope in your stack, making a sandwich. Here I put mono all the way around the 4 sides of the envelopes to make sure they really stick to the front and back pieces. The "spine" is made with a piece of cardstock cut to desired size and crimped. Punch 2 holes through the envelope stack and the spine and use fibers to tie together. That's really all there is to it!