Loaded Envelopes · Papercrafting

Loaded Envelope-Spring: Project Share

Here is my first loaded envelope that I made for a swap! This was so much fun and I really enjoyed put all of the spring items together and making the fun toppers for all the goodies. Many of the items I used and included in the pockets came from the Daiso store or the Target dollar spot. I used Colorbok paper that came from a pastel paper pad that I have had for years and I also used some items from the Bella Blvd. Spring collection.

Here are all the goodies that I included in the pockets. Most of the items I made toppers for or I tied ribbon on them just to add a special touch to the presentation.

I made two wands: 1 whirly gig with a dangly pom pom and 1 rosette wand made from tissue paper and a cupcake liner.

Then I made two large tags: the one on the left I made with the Colorbok paper, ribbon and lace washi tape from Target, then I layered an image from the Bella Blvd. spring paper, a green paper flower, a metal flower and a green brad. I tied it up with ribbon and lace trim. The tag on the left I made with aqua Bazzill card stock, a scrap patterned card stock and a rosette that I made with a cupcake liner. I tied it up with two Offray ribbons.

Here it is emptied out. There are 5 pockets: 2 on the very front, 2 in the middle, and 1 on the back.

Here it is with all the fun goodies! I hope that my swap partner enjoys her spring loaded envelopes!

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