Monday, August 10, 2009

New Envelope templates (Standard A2 size) Two styles :O)



I'm so excite-ipated! These are my first non-hand-drawn templates (made entirely in Photoshop) I still suck at it technically (and it takes me forever), but the template lines are straight & even (at least I think they are) ;-D LoL



The new envelope templates &
a little blah-blah-blah about them:


-->There are two envelope styles here: side & top opening.
Both styles fit a standard A2 card size (4 2/8 x 5 1/2 inch card)
with room for layers on your card:



-->Measurements: Both styles of envelope measure 4-3/8" x 5-5/8"


-->They are sized to fit in clear acrylic card boxes.
(here's a set of top-opening (or tall ones) that I scalloped & embossed;
there are four of them in a thin acrylic card box on the left.)


and/or sized to fit in a handmade card boxes
like this 4.5" x 6" card box:



-->There are two template versions of each envelope style:
A) a template & B) a score guide.

(A) template


A) The template version has no dotted scorelines on it--you could use it for printing right on patterned paper or add your own patterns using Photoshop brushes (or fill with pattern.)

(B) Score Guide


B) The score guide version has dotted lines to show where to score & fold.



Click this link to Download Side-
Opening A2 Envelope (short style) :

(or click the pics to try the JPGs instead
-not sure if JPGs will print at the right size though)



or

Click this link to Download Top-
Opening A2 Envelope (tall style) :

(or click the pics below to try the JPGs instead
-not sure if JPGs will print at the right size though)


matching envelope liner
(for top-opening envelope):






and here's an example patterned one I'm working on....


If you have Photoshop & you'd like to know how to make your own patterns and/or fill a template with pattern, please let me know. :O) E.T.A. tutorial for fill with pattern is here

9 comments:

Holly said...

Hi Mel.
If you ever have Photoshop questions just let me know, I'm pretty proficient in the program. And I'm not sure how you're drawing your straight lines - with the line tool or the pencil tool, but if you hold down the "shift" key it should constrain them to either vertical or horizontal so you don't have to worry about eye-balling the straightness yourself. :)

PaperTree Designs said...

Holy Moley. This is fantastic Mel! You have been one busy girl.
Hugs
Deb
x

Dawn said...

how cool! clever you....think I've said that before...yeah, like a gazillion times! I'd love to know how you used PS *wink*

tiffguam said...

Thanks MEL!!!! Downloading NOW :)

Etha said...

Nice boxes and envelopes!! I admire your persistence into photoshopability.. (yes, that is a word LOL). Usually I would do these in vector like Illustrator, but I think they muddled all these programs together now into one lump. What a great idea with the print inside the box, totally love that!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for the great ideas. I areally appreciate the envelope templates. You rock!

Jamiecrafts said...

great blog you have here, love all the ideas you share, you ROCK! will add you to my sidebar :)

The Shop Around the Corner said...

Thank you for all the templates and tutorials. Love that card box. Scor-pal now on my shopping list.
Much love,
Marcia

Designer, Diane Watt said...

Thanks so much for taking the "work" out of envelope making with all these easy-peasy patterns! Appreciate it a lot! :0)