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Mini Paper Envelopes with the Shimelle Collection: A tutorial by Paige Evans

mini paper envelopes with shimelles collection: a tutorial by paige evans @ shimelle.com

Hi, my name is Paige, and I’m addicted to patterned paper! (Hi Paige!). The more patterned paper I can use on a layout, the better! For this layout I wanted to create a semi-background of mini envelopes using most of the papers in the lovely Shimelle collection.

mini paper envelopes with shimelles collection: a tutorial by paige evans @ shimelle.com

Die cut fifteen small envelopes from patterned papers.

mini paper envelopes with shimelles collection: a tutorial by paige evans @ shimelle.com

Fold the envelopes on the score lines.

mini paper envelopes with shimelles collection: a tutorial by paige evans @ shimelle.com

Glue the envelopes so they hold their shape.

mini paper envelopes with shimelles collection: a tutorial by paige evans @ shimelle.com

Start building your layout with the envelopes down the center in a 3 × 5 grid. Try tucking small embellishments into the envelopes. Consider adding journaling on a tag in one of them.

mini paper envelopes with shimelles colelction: a tutorial by paige evans @ shimelle.com

Choose a background paper or cardstock then glue everything in place. I usually use cardstock for my backgrounds, but I love the subtle woodgrain pattern of the “Hall” paper.





Paige Evans has been scrapbooking since she was sixteen years old and worked at her first job at a local scrapbook store. The first time she put pictures and papers together it was a match made in heaven! She is the design team manager/blog hostess for American Crafts, on the creative team for Studio Calico, and on the digital creative team for Ali Edwards. While not scrapbooking she makes pacifier clips for her etsy shop. Paige is the mother of two adorable children – Fox age four and Jane age two. She and her husband Chris have been married for seven years and currently live in Grafenwöhr Germany where Chris is a dentist for the US Army. You can check out more of her and her work on her blog, Instagram, Etsy shop, Pinterest, and Studio Calico Gallery.

10 November 2014



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25 Comments for Mini Paper Envelopes with the Shimelle Collection: A tutorial by Paige Evans

  1. Love, Carrie Says:

    I love Paige! What a fun tutorial!!

  2. Gab Says:

    So so so cute! Thanks!

  3. Maureen Says:

    I love that with this technique you can see the front and back of Shimelle’s beautiful papers. Wonderful layout.

  4. Ruth Gauss Says:

    What a fabulous idea and layout! I love little things and those envelopes are so adorable! Thanks so much for sharing!

  5. Julie Tucker-Wolek Says:

    Love love love this Paige! LOVING how you did those envelopes!!!!

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    Paige, those are the cutest little envelopes. Great way to showcase the lovely papers. Maria

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