Post # 1
I’m making liners for my invites and I was wondering if it’s ok to make them only 2/3 the depth of the envelope instead of hitting the bottom. If we do it that way, we can get three liners out of a piece of paper rather than two. What do you all think?
Post # 3
Besides looking really nice when you open the envelope, the liner is also supposed to "hide" what’s inside. So… if you are lining a white envelope with a dark liner, you may start to see the dark liner halfway up (which might not look that great), but if you are using a dark envelope and lining with another dark or light paper, then go for it! Liners are SO cool – glad you are doing them!
Post # 4
Ours didn’t touch the bottom either so we could fit more per page and they turned out fine. I really don’t think you could tell short of taking the envelope apart.
Post # 5
When you buy pre-lined envelopes, they rarely reach the bottom. I made mine about 2/3 of the way down.
Post # 6
I promise you no one will notice either way. You’re the only one who will care, so do what you like.
Post # 7
Thanks everyone! The envelopes are nice and thick so we’re going to make the liners shorter to fit more on the page. It’s really amazing how much nicer the envelopes look with the liner.