"Seeds in a Wallet" Gift

17 Jul

this is a really quick, but special gift for a friend.  Or it can be used as a wedding favor.

For the Wallet you need a sheet of scrapbooking paper (12" x 12"). Fold it in a Origami Wallet.  This is really easy. Click here for a step by step tutorial.

The inside of your "wallet" will be looking like this now:

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Now for the seed envelope:

   Change the name on the template.  Print it.  Cut on the solid lines and fold on the dotted lines.  Use glue or double sided tape on the two sides.  and there you’ve got a envelope.  now you can put the seeds in the envelope.

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Get a nice poem or just write THANK YOU on a note.  Cut it out – must be the same size as the envelope. 

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Put the envelope and the note inside your wallet.

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you can decorate your wallet on the outside

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or if the paper is beautiful enough just leave it like that. 

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and voila, you’ve made a special gift.

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Hope it inspired you!

handtekening copy

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4 Responses to “"Seeds in a Wallet" Gift”

  1. julz July 19, 2010 at 1:09 pm #

    This is just the most amazing gift to receive. xxx

  2. makecreatedo July 19, 2010 at 7:01 pm #

    Thank you JulZ!!!!!!

  3. Kim - today's creative blog July 20, 2010 at 12:02 am #

    Thanks for joining in our Click Carnival. I know it’s confusing, but you were supposed to write a post on who you found interesting from our widget. That’s what you link to the linky. Here’s a great example from Cindy with Skip to my Lou http://www.skiptomylou.org/adventures-in-the-kitchen/

  4. makecreatedo July 20, 2010 at 8:13 pm #

    Hi Kim. Sorry!!!! I only saw it after I submit the link and then it was too late to delete!!!!

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