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Fold your own envelope from a single sheet of A4 or letter sized paper.
begin with a letter or A4 sized sheet. Whatever you write on the reverse side of the sheet will be wholly contained inside the final sheet.
same as previous side
place your finger inside the pocket that is created and you should be able to end up with a boxish pocket.
getting tricky now,
Fold up little tongue that is left between those last two guys
fold the entire nose over at the top of the boxes you folded in 13 & 14.
you need to tuck this new nose under the tongue you folder up in 18.
here it is being tucked underneath. this is where you will later close the envelope into.
now fold the corners of these new pieces over as shown.
again on other side.
this whole new flap can now be tucked under your previous folds. here it is intucked.
and here it is tucked. a convenient flap to write your name on!
pushingtheenvelope.ai is an illustrator file so you can add your own graphics for printout.pushingtheenvelope.jpg has my howtoon graphics and should h...
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