inspired by this: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=218905.0 of course.
Here they are - made from a calender published by the Historical society where I'm from
A couple backs - I like how the snowy house one has trees lined up on the back.
Now for a tutorial!
I used this http://images.scrippsweb.com/DIY/2004/02/20/large_envelope_template.pdf template
1. Get together a glue stick, scissors, an old calender and a ballpoint pen.
2. cut out your template and trace it on to the inside of your future envelope
3. Cut out this first envelope, but don't use it yet, because the stiff paper of the calender is much easier to trace than printer paper. Trace lots more.
4. Cut out everything. Carefully.
5. Here's an important tip - SCORE the fold lines with a ball point pen, scoring tool, or paperclip. press hard!
6. fold in the sides, and fold up the bottom(the shorter bit)
7. put a little glue on both sides that will be stuck together.
8. Revel in your envelopes. Maybe make some lick and stick glue for the tops from jello and vinegar (there are easy recipes online)