DIY Stationery - Create Your Own Envelope Cutouts from MaritzaLisa

I think a little DIY stationery is in order on this chilly weekend. I absolutely love pairing bright colors with neutrals, don’t you? This color combination inspired me to alter my envelopes a little and add a cutout to show a pop of color. I used Silhouette Studio and my CAMEO to cut the shapes. If you do not have these, I’ve included PDF files for free download so that you can cut with a craft knife and cutting mat. Shall we create our own envelope cutouts together?


The What

The How

1. Download and open the Studio 3 shape

2. Load your kraft cardstock, then cut your envelope shape using cardstock settings

3. Load your colored paper, then cut your liner using copy paper settings

DIY Stationery - Envelope Cutouts from MaritzaLisa

4. Fold, score and glue

DIY Stationery - Envelope Cutouts from MaritzaLisa
DIY Stationery - Create Your Own Envelope Cutouts from MaritzaLisa

And now you have a set of happy-colored envelopes! When you are ready to send to your loved ones, just write their names in the colored window, seal and send! Which colors did you choose?
DIY Stationery - Create Your Own Envelope Cutouts - Maritza Lisa

DIY Stationery - Envelope Cutouts from MaritzaLisa

DIY Stationery - Envelope Cutouts from MaritzaLisa

DIY Stationery - Envelope Cutouts from MaritzaLisa

DIY Stationery - Envelope Cutouts from MaritzaLisa

DIY Stationery - Envelope Cutouts from MaritzaLisa

DIY Stationery - Envelope Cutouts from MaritzaLisa

DIY Stationery - Envelope Cutouts from MaritzaLisa
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2 thoughts on “DIY Stationery – Create Your Own Envelope Cutouts

  1. Sue W

    Hi Maritza,
    How cool to add a pop of bright colour to a little envelope and the address panel….clever!
    So much nicer than a plain envelope after making a card too.
    Wish I could send you some of our hot humid weather….I’d love to be a little cooler 🙂

    1. Maritza Post author

      Thanks, Sue! Yes, I will certainly be happy to trade our wind chill for your humid weather! 🙂

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