Step1: Cut out envelope following printed template. Score along tabs. Punch 1/8" hole near point on top flap.
Step 2: Fold along all scored lines. Ink all edges using Creamy Brown chalk ink.
Step 3: Insert a piece of twine through hole. Leave only a small tail behind hole (about 1/2").
Step 4: Cut out circles from template. Ink edges with Creamy Brown chalk ink. Punch 1/8" hole in center of circle. Align over hole on flap.
Step 5: Insert tan (or metallic) eyelet through circle and flap, making sure that the end of the twine is still pulled through the hole underneath. Set eyelet.
Step 6: Cut out and ink edges of second circle. Punch 1/8" hole through center of circle. With top flap closed, mark position for second circle. Punch 1/8" hole through ONLY the front layer of the envelope.
Step 7: Insert eyelet through circle and front of envelope. Set eyelet.
Step 8: Close envelope by wrapping twine around the circle clasps.
I hope that you found this tutorial helpful and not too confusing, lol! I find pictures very helpful when I am trying to assemble something for the first time. I am excited to check out the other links that Beth and Meridy have shared today on the Counterfeit Kit Challenge blog-fun ideas for how to use these mini envelopes! Thanks for stopping by today!