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A simple but smart way to use a piece of writing paper as its own envelope.(Apologies for the not-so-great-quality photos: the only digital camera I h...
Get your piece of paper (you can use any size for this - the paper I used for these photos is A4) and put it so that it's portrait (rather than landsc...
Fold the top left hand corner down to meet the right hand side of the paper (as shown in the picture).
Fold the lower left corner up, as shown in the picture.
Fold the upper right hand corner of the paper down so that the edge that forms the long side of the triangle is lined up with the horizontal edge from...
This is the point where you can decide how tall or short you want your envelope to be. Fold the lower right hand corner of the paper up and across acc...
Fold the little triangle over the edge, then turn your paper over: you should have an envelope that looks like the final picture. Use your stamp to se...
This photo shows how your sheet of paper should look if you unfold it at the end. The solid lines show valley folds (ones that dip down), the dotted l...
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