I could make my own! then my mind ran with the idea. I had seen some lovely paper at my local scrapbooking shop just the day before. Yes it would be perfect! I had even bought a couple of new Kaiser envelope templates!
I couldn't wait until the shop opened the next day so I could purchase the paper I had seen and get started.
The paper pack came with 12 papers and a huge sticker sheet. Using this and some parchment paper I had at home I made 12 envelopes each with 2 sheets of coordinating writing paper. I also bought some coordinating Captured Moments cards and a pack of Collectables to help decorate the envelopes and paper. Both of these I have plenty leftover and will be using for other projects.
If you are frugal and watch your envelope size (I used the templates W472 and W477) you should have a good couple of inches of spare paper down one side which you can then cut to add strips to your writing paper too.
So here they are:
The papers are double sided so they are naturally lined.
This set was created a little differently. I loved this corner flower pattern but it was on the corner of the paper. So I created an envelope with Kraft and then cut the paper to fit the front of the envelope.
This one I ended up with two of. The other side is newsprint but I prefer the rose pattern.
These are just some of my favourites.
If you would like to see a tutorial please leave me a comment. I loved making these sets they are so quick and easy to do. Would actually make a great gift for a letter writer.