Post # 1
My liners are traced, cut, scored and ready to be adhered to the envelope! I was using my trusty ATG (Advanced Tape Glider, basically awesome double-sided tape) to attach the liners to the envelope after scoring at the fold with my bone folder…. Originally, I glued at the top of the flat part of the envelope (below the fold) and along the top, making a triangle. However, my liner was puffing out.
(omg, is this making any sense?)
Anyhow, where did YOU adhere to liner? Would it be enough to just do 2 strips along the flap (making a triangle without a bottom)?
Post # 3
Clearly, I failed at my explanation *haha*
Post # 4
I just did two strips along the pointy part, and left the bottom loose… if that makes sense.
Post # 5
I just applied the tape to the top of the envelope, below the glue. Also, I didn’t pre fold mine- I just let them fold on their own=]
Post # 6
Thanks, ladies… that makes perfect sense! Also, that was the answer I was hoping for… just doing strips below the gule (along the top pointy part w/a loose bottom) is MUCH easier : )
Post # 7
- Wedding: May 2011 - Vandiver Inn
I attached mine at the bottom, inside the envelope. Then I folded the liner over with the envelope flat to be sure they wuld match up as best they could. And while the liner was still folded over, I ran the adhesive along the back of it and folded the envelope closed on top of it. If that makes any sense.
Anyway, just so you know, it wasn’t perfect. Somoetimes the liner still seemed to not open exactly with the envelope. But it was close enough.
Post # 8
@lox: “but it was close enough”… my invitation mantra. As in “it’s not perfect, but it is close enough”