Post # 1
I’m about to start adding my envelope liners to the envelopes, but I don’t know what’s the best way to do it and what product to use. What’s your advice?
This is my envelope and liner, and don’t worry the liner fits in the envelope perfectly, it’s just the way I photographed it.
I know lots of Bees have done these, so share your thoughts, links, pictures!
Post # 3
I’m adding liners to my envelopes as well. I just found this quick video that explains it in 22 seconds.
Post # 4
I used a mini dot roller for my envelope liners. Its genuis! I also used it to seal my envelopes too.
Post # 5
@bells: I second the roller as well. I use the Xyron brand. You can find it at Michael’s, Hobby Lobby and any scrapbooking or craft store.
Post # 6
Ditto on the mini dot roller! We used that as well – and it has a refillable cartirdge option too. I only put the tape at the top (not the bottom part to save on tape and so it lays flat)
Post # 7
Do you think you’ll be able to see it through my envelope liner? It’s almost kind of see-through. I didn’t think about that before I bought it. Grrr!
This is what it looks like on dark wood. It’s not completely see-through, but I don’t want people to see the tape. Our envelopes are Quartz Stardream (white).
Post # 8
@heather5743: They cant see through it when its attached to the envelope
Post # 9
@bells: ok, great! Thanks!
I’ll definitely be picking up one of those mini dot rollers asap. Thanks for the help everyone!
Post # 10
I used the glue sticks that I got from staples. Very cheap and very good!
Post # 11
Our entire invitation suite is held together by double-sided sticky tape. It worked for us. Good luck! 🙂
Post # 13
Yep, double-sided tape works wonders. Get the yellow box of Scotch tape. You only need a little of it up in the top corner so the liner moves up and down as people open and close the envelope!