I've been an a lil' envelope kick recently, being disssatisfied with the simple office white or manilla variety.
Here are two I've done; they're ideal for small, flat presents and cards!
Wide, bubbles motif! The blue circles are cut out form a photograph of blue camoflage material in blacklight.
The silver front is sewn onto a matte black back.
This one has graph-paper and grommet flowers, and sushi grass! I love using sushi grass; it sews onto fabric really well too!
Machine sewing evenly around those curves was really a challenge! Anyone got any tips? (Besides going slowly! I tried as hard as I could, but my pedal isn't very sensitive.)
Hope you guys like 'em!