Sunday, December 13, 2015


Christmas Money Envelopes

The following photos are money envelopes for my older Grandsons.  I decided this year to decorate the front of the envelope.  It took me a while to get them done but it was worth the time spent on them.

(I used a new Die Set From Ellen Hutson called Essentials by Ellen.  The set is called Poinsettia and Pine by Julie.  The dies used for the labels are from my stash.  Tags were just made by cutting out thin strips and cutting the fish tail on one end.)
The photos below are the money envelopes I made for my Great Nephews.  They are shaker envies.  I went a little overboard with the stickles and Glossy Accents.  I think the kid in me came out when I was creating



(Lots of Wink of Stella-Clear Glitter, Stickles, Glossy Accents, and sequins used for these envelopes.  The For You Die is by Lawn Fawn.  The Tree die came with a stamp set but I cannot find the label to give you the name of the set.  If I find it I will update the blog with the info.)
Happy Holidays!


  1. Fran, these are all fantastic!!!! I love the beautiful die cuts, but the shaker holders are sure cute too!!!!!!
    Thanks for sharing,

  2. Okay, Fran... LOL.. Trying for the third and last time to leave a comment! Hopefully the third time is the charm! I love how your envelopes came out - and that Poinsettia and Pine die set is gorgeous!! I'm so glad to hear that you had fun making the shaker envelopes, too... They look great!

  3. What fun envelopes Fran - it looks as though you have had a ball with all these projects, they are wonderful.


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