Something I enjoy doing when I make Note Cards is use the same position of the stamp IN MY STAMPARATUS to do envelope flaps. The hard part is making sure the image doesn’t bleed over onto the front of the envelope, unless that’s what you want.
Here’s how I got started: Ignore the Crafty Corners in this picture because the idea of taking pictures and making a card making lesson came at the end of my process. I’ve been making sets of Note Cards as gifts, so I had to load up my Stamparatus to do the very first flower.
After I was finished stamping all the Note Cards, I stamped the scrap paper to show me where it lands.
Place your envelope in the Stamparatus and keep sliding it to the right until it’s out of range of getting stamped at all. Then, slide it to where this flower would be stamped in the middle of the flap.
Use one of the magnets if you have to, and place your Crafty Corner as pictured. Hold it in place with pieces of your Tear and Tape. Next, open all your envelopes and get to stamping!
I’m using a similar method for stamping the inside corner of the card, but that’s for another day, I’ll show you that method another day. It’s EASY, and quick!
Crafty Corners are not a Stampin’ Up! product, and there are a lot of places you can find them including amazon, but these came from a seller on Etsy. I like small business owners so much that I chose one off Etsy and was not disappointed in price or speed of shipping. And how cute are these pink tools?