I made these cute Vellum Envelope Pouch as one of the surprises for the girls that attended the Stamp, Scrap & Create Retreat a couple of months ago.


I put Washi Tape inside for everyone but it would fit small candy treats for the holidays too.  This is how I made it.

  • I used the new Stampin’ Up! Envelope Punch Board (love it) – if you take the item you want to put inside and measure that to get your size – then look on the Punch Board to see what size to cut your piece of Vellum Card Stock.  Then place it on the board on the score measurement, punch, score, turn, etc.  Until you get your envelope.
  • Corner round the four corners and fold on the score lines.
  • I used the Season of Style Washi Tape to hold the bottom of the envelope sides to the bottom.
  • Cut a piece of the Cherry Cobbler ribbon, fold in half and attach to the top flap of the envelope – I actually stapled mine on.
  • I used the Label Love stamp set and coordinating Artisan Punch to create the little label.  stamp twice – once in Old Olive and once in Cherry Cobbler.  Punch them out and then trim the Cherry Cobbler piece to be just the banner with the words.  Use a stampin’ dimensional to attach to the Old Olive piece and then add to the pouch over the end of the ribbon.
  • I added a little Rhinestone for a bit of bling.


It didn’t take long to make a dozen of these.  It would make a cute little holiday treat for a teacher.

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