Post # 1
Okay so I have what seems to be a simple issue but I can not find ANYTHING on the web about it. I need a solution.
My invitations are rustic and wrapped with a twine bow on each one. It looks cute, but the twine leaves a residue (looks like oil) on the envelopes I put them in. How can I prevent this? I know lots of people do twine wrapped invitations so this MUST be a common problem, right?
I’m thinking of making wax paper envelopes to use as an inner envelope that keeps the oil from leaking into the paper outer envelope. I think this would work but I’m not sure it would look good and it would be a lot of extra work. Is there a simple solution I’m missing? Any thoughts will be very appreciated! Thanks 🙂
Post # 4
i’d with a wax paper liner in the envelope.
it’s weird that the twine is leaving a greasy oil on the paper. did you put the twine on? i’ve never seen twine do that.
Post # 5
@kellyyoujelly: the envelope just gets thrown away as soon as it’s opened. Don’t waste your time changing them because of a few oil stains.
Post # 6
@colorofmyheart : I can’t find wax liners anywhere! My graphic designer put the twine on. I’m not sure what kind she used!
@aquaria : I know I know, but I tend to care what people think perhaps more than I should and I just want them to look perfect.
Post # 7
I had no idea twine would do this to the envelope? Where did you get your envelopes?
What was your final decision? Did you do the wax liner inside the envelope?
Post # 8
I would write/print the address on something that gets stuck on the front of the envelope. Might be worth a shot?
Post # 9
Oops – this is an old topic!