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How to Line an Envelope

How to Line an Envelope via Delphine
You will need: a glue stick, and some clean white paper (not newsprint).

How to Lick an Envelope via Delphine

1. Lay the paper out on a table, covering your workspace. You don’t need a lot; just enough to cover the area that a placemat might be.

2. Open the flap of your envelope so that it lies flat on your papered work area on the table.

3. Insert a liner.

How to Lick an Envelope via Delphine4. Center the liner in the envelope. The top of the liner should come just below the glue on the envelope flap.

5. Holding the liner in place, carefully flip the envelope over, and place on the table. Try not to move the envelope too much, to keep the liner from shifting out of position.

6. Lift the envelope flap, exposing the back of the liner.

7. Apply glue to the liner with your glue stick. Make sure to wipe up any glue that gets on the white paper in your work area, or replace the paper as needed, so that you do not get glue on the front of your envelopes.

How to Lick an Envelope via Delphine8. Close the flap over the liner. Rub gently across the flap, to make sure the liner adheres evenly to the flap. You can use the bottom of the glue stick for this, or the heel of your hand.

9. Store lined envelopes laying flat, with the flap remaining open. Let glue dry. Do not close the flap until you are ready to seal the envelope.

How to Line an Envelope via Delphine

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decorate: sweet cupcake liners

You know I’m a sucker for cute packaging. My obsession extends to preparing my own baked goods. I see an order from Bake It Pretty in my near future. How cute are these cupcake liners?

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