We are continuing on with Craft Lightning today which means today’s craft is super easy and quick! First if you have missed any of Craft Lightning wedding crafts week, be sure to check out the posts from day 1 and day 2. Second if you want even more quick wedding craft ideas be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post. Now lets get to making map lined envelopes the easy way. And when I say easy….it is so simple y’all!! This post is sponsored by Online Labels however all projects and opinions are my own.
Start with the envelopes for your wedding or event. You will need to order labels that are the same width. Mine worked well with the 4.25 x 5.5 inch labels found here. If you can’t find a label size that will work with your envelopes from the wide selection at Online Labels, just order the full size sheet labels and you can trim to width after printing.
Start by printing this full size map sheet on your labels. Be sure to set your printer to borderless before printing. A special thanks to The Graphics Fairy for the awesome vintage maps of France. Remove one label and insert into envelope. You just have to go down to where the inside is not showing any longer. You DO NOT have to put your label all the way to the bottom of the envelope.
Press to adhere the label to the inside of the envelope and flap. Turn over and trim excess from around the flap with a pair of scissors.
You have just lined your envelope with a vintage map! Yes it is that easy! It is ready to be stuffed with your wedding invitations, thank you cards, shower invitations, or anything else you can dream up.
However you did just put a label over the sticky part of your envelope! Print the full size map sheet again but this time onto a sheet of round labels. Use those round labels as envelope seals before sending. Just like that you have created matching lined envelopes and seals!
These are perfect for adding a touch of glam to plain store bought invitations. Plus this will not cost you a fortune in supplies or take a ton of time.
Making map lined envelopes has never been easier y’all. Get your supplies and start on your own today.
Now for some more quick and easy wedding crafts from our partner blogs. First up is 100 Directions and these adorable love gift tags. Click here to see how to print and make your own.
Have you ever been to a wedding where it is HOT HOT HOT?? Try giving your guests a handmade fan like this one from My Very Educated Mother.
Another favor idea comes to us from Frog Prince Paperie. These wedding favor crackers are too cute and you can fill them with whatever you like.
Dress up plain place cards in minutes with paper flowers. The instructions from Tikkido can be found here and make these elegant cards look so very simple.
Give the bride and groom a cute little flower as a gift in these adorable bride and groom flower pots. You can see just how to make your own over at Albion Gould.
Give your napkins a fancy fold with these bowtie napkin fold instructions from Homemadeville.
Once your wedding or shower is over you will need some thank you cards. Add an extra special touch with watercolors just like these from Carla Schauer Designs.
Make your own gold foil napkins! Imagine the possibilities. Click here to see how to make these over at My Daylights Blog.
One of my co-hosts for this series is Sweet Rose Studio. She is knocking it out of the park with coordinating wedding accessories this week. Her latest edition is this monogram cake topper that is so cute yet so easy to make.
My other co-host is 30 Minute Crafts and she has a super quick and easy tutorial on how to make your own bridal garter.