Did you see my One Year of Paper Pumpkin Projects post? I loved those projects, but decided to do something different with this month’s kit. Instead of cards, I made something for myself. In addition to the contents of the kit, I used extra cardstock, Memento Ink and the Lots of Heart Bundle. Let me show you what was in the kit and then I’ll show you the project. Oh, and I did save enough leftovers to still make a layout. I’ll finish that and post it. Use these kits however you like.
Paper Pumpkin has all you need to complete the projects including
stamps, ink, paper, and embellishments.
Valentines Day makes me think of love letters and writing because I’m not only a papercrafter, but I also journal. That’s why an envelope book came to mind.
There are lots of ways to use envelope books. You can write what your are thankful for, keep it in your purse, take to church for sermon notes, make lists, and much more.
Envelope books are fun to make and give you plenty of writing spaces.
I hope mine will inspire you to create your own.
I don’t add a lot of dimension because I use it for writing, but feel free to add whatever you like.
I discovered that the Lovely Labels Pick a Punch makes a great little envelope for the mailbox (see pictures above).