Pocket Letters are a trend these days. I'm probably behind on it, but I wanted to make an envelope that I can stick loose things in. After making a sample with just plain copy paper, I decided to try it out on my cameo. It turned out even better then I expected.
SIZES: There are 2 different styles, one with a window and one without. Both of them measure at 2.5x3.5 inches. The flap sits perfectly on top, it does cover up a little bit of the window but it's cute and I love the outcome.
FORMATS: I'm still new to this and I'm not sure what machines use what type of images, so in this instant download I have included a PNG format with a transparent background and a JPG format with a white background. The images are in a zip file that you will have to unzip.
What YOU CAN DO: * You can use this template or print it out. * Personal Use ONLY.
What YOU CAN NOT DO: * Resell my template. * Trade, Give, or Share it to anyone. * DO NOT list this on any download sites.
Lovely template, perfect for my new hobby: pocket letters!
Apr 1, 2016 by Michelle Therese
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