How to make a 4″x6″ vertical envelope

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No stranger to birthday parties, with four kids aged 12 and under, Erica offers some tips, tricks and how-tos for hosting budget-friendly bashes. She'll even show you her cakes and share her cake pop (mis)adventures.
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So, I found myself up around midnight last night putting the finishing touches on my ten-year-old’s upcoming birthday invitations. Home made, of course. Made to print on 4″x6″ card stock, of course. And, no envelopes. Of course.

I needed her to get the invites to her friends today because with all the end-of-year hooplah, I didn’t want them left to the last day, only to be forgotten in the bottom of the backpacks, as has happened in the past.

Still, no envelopes.

So what did I do? I made them! And today I worked on a template that you can download and use, too! Just click here –>¬†Envelope 4×6 template

And bingo! Your envelopes should look something like this:

Tutorial: DIY 4x6 vertical envelope -- great for party invites!

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Erica kicked off her party-planning adventures when her eldest turned one and even had a home cake business for a short time. Now, four kiddos later, she shares the cakes she has made over the past 12 years as well as ideas and tutorials for hosting budget-friendly birthday parties. And if you're looking for the ins and outs of how to make (or break) cake pops, you've come to the right place!

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