DIY Tear-Away Seed Envelopes - Maritza Lisa
So, it’s the first day of school. My little guys went walking in, holding hands and my heart is still a little jittery. A little project is exactly what I need and so I jumped right in with these tear-away seed envelopes. Perfect for little gifts and gift tags. I used both patterned paper and cardstock – both worked pretty well, it all depends on what you plan to put in them. I’ve included the studio cut file for you at the bottom of the post. Play around with ungrouping the shape and changing the dashed lines, and let me know how it works for you!


The What

The How

Step 1: Download and open the tear-away envelope shape at the bottom of the post in Silhouette Studio, load your paper/cardstock and send to cut. Note that for one-sided patterned paper, you should load the paper, patterned-side down (for the tab to appear on the left)
DIY Tear-Away Seed Envelopes - Maritza Lisa (free Download)
Step 2: Score, fold and glue the sides, then bottom. Fill your little envelopes, then glue below the pull tab to seal
DIY Tear-Away Seed Envelopes - Maritza Lisa (free Download)
And you’re done? What will you put in your lovely packets?
DIY Tear-Away Seed Envelopes - Maritza Lisa (free Download)
DIY Tear Away Seed Envelopes - Maritza Lisa (free Download)
DIY Tear Away Seed Envelopes - Maritza Lisa (free Download)
DIY Tear Away Seed Envelopes - Maritza Lisa (free Download)

13 thoughts on “DIY Stationery: Tear-away Seed Envelopes

  1. Nicole

    These are so great! Thank you for sharing them. I know this is an old post but is there any chance that you’d be willing to also add this in the Legacy version (.studio) for those of us who still aren’t brave enough to ‘upgrade’ to v3? Please and thank you :)

  2. Karen

    Found your site from Craft bits and am so glad I did!

    Pinned it (and wanna nail it!)

    Thanks for sharing 😉

  3. Julie

    Thank you so much. I have been looking for this for ages as I save a lot of seeds and like to give them to friends. Sunflowers for all the neighbours!

  4. Deb

    I just discovered your blog today and am so impressed with what you create. This idea is great – thanks so much for all your great work.

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