Envelope liners are a small detail but I really wanted to add them into our wedding invitations. I like the look of them! They add a fun pop of color and help protect the contents of envelope a little. I’m pretty sure the male half of our guests did not notice this detail and probably just tore open the envelope with their fingers (or teeth) and then threw it away. Oh wells, it was a pretty painless, easy project.
Materials needed: paper cutter, corner rounder, scrapbook paper or wrapping paper, double sided tape
First measure and cut the width that you would like the envelope liner to be. Because the width of our red outer envelopes (purchased from here) was 7.25″, I decided the liner would be 6″ wide.
Then place the liner inside the envelope and use a pencil to mark the upper triangle of the envelope flap that you will cut (I cut about a half inch shorter than the envelope flap):
Cut with paper cutter:
Use a corner rounder to round off the top corner of the liner:
The corner rounder is optional but I really think it makes it look more polished:
If you are making multiple envelope liners, you can use the first one you made as a template.
Then use double sided tape to attach to the inside of the envelope:
So simple! And it really adds a nice touch to the envelope!
Now repeat 200 times!!