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Looking for a fun and easy craft to do with the kiddies? These envelopes are cute and super simple to make. Have the kids send a note to their fave aunts, uncles, cousins or grandparents.
Roll of tape
1. Unglue a regular envelope, and trace its shape on wrapping paper.
2. Cut out the tracing.
3. Using the original envelope as a guide, fold and tape wrapping paper into an envelope shape, leaving a slot at the top.
4. Slide letter into slot.
5. Fold and tape top part down.
6. Address and mail!
POSTED ON 7/20/2009 7:00:00 AM
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