Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Elaine Snail Mail


The Flip Book Process...



I decided that I wanted to make a little valentine-ish flip book for my friend Elaine.    I started with two blank cards that would be held together in a book format by...


Washi tape!  Here are some of my February faves...what about you?  Is your washi tape collection getting out of control like the rest of us?


The envelope punch is really helpful for whipping up all those cute little envelopes to hold your goodies.    The next step is to gather up your embellishment supplies:  stickers, tags, die cuts, confetti...whatever you have on hand that will make this flip book worthy!


The theme of this flip book is "Friends", and this is the cover.





Inside  the first pages.  By putting two cards together, it gives you a total of 8 pages to work with, including your front and back pages.


Next page...



Tea, anyone?



The back page is a bit lame...it needs something like...."That's it folks!"  ;-)


I didn't get all the photos of this that I wanted to.  I wrapped twine around the flip book  and  put it into a  clear cello bag  to mail.  I also included a letter that is not shown here.

A future post will feature Elaine's flip book that she made for me that will knock your socks off!  She took the idea and "ran with it"!  I can't wait to get it up and show you.  Hope this offers a little inspiration for you today!

Happy Snail Mailing,

Pam

7 comments:

  1. Where did you get the envelope punch?
    -Amelia, @https://www.etsy.com/shop/MiasMenagerieSupply?

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  2. that is awesome I just hope you got my letter thanks .

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  3. Thank you for sharing this fabulous Flip Book. I am thinking it will be fun to do a Spring theme and use them for National Letter Writiing month in April. Your Washi tapes are making me swoon with envy...

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  4. It looks fabulous! You've inspired me to write my next penpal letter as a flip book! :) :) Can't wait!
    Where do you get your washi tape from?!?

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  5. This is lovely! Thanks for sharing!!

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