Thursday, March 7, 2013

It's a Giveaway! Envelope Making Template and Lick & Stick

I know I said my next giveaway would not be until I hit 5,000 subscribers on YouTube, but I was given this great product to try out and they wanted me to offer a giveaway to my readers and viewers!  How could I say no?

The giveaway will include the A2 Envelope Template, which is perfect to use with regular sized paper, or scrapbook paper!  You can create your own cards to go into the envelopes, or use pictures and make postcard type cards.  The design possibilities are ENDLESS and so FUN!!!

The templates are super easy to use and they are offering a bottle of Lick & Stick as well!!  Lick & Stick is a great product.  Let's say you make a bunch of envelopes for yourself, or as a gift and you want to be able to seal them at a later time - run a bead of Lick & Stick along the flap and let it dry.  Now, when you are ready to seal it, lick it like a regular envelope and VIOLA!  Sealed!



I think you should take the time to check out their website at www.greensneakers.com, watch some of their videos and browse their excellent products!  They also have super fun box and card templates!

Here's a video from their website, which gives an even better example of what you can do:



So here is the GIVEAWAY!!






Thanks for entering and good luck!  Happy Crafting!

Mona

44 comments:

Reneec23 said...
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Reneec23 said...

I don't know if I would put anything on the envelope itself, but I would love to do this so that I can start using up all the scrapbook paper I've been accumulating!

Zoe Young said...

Hi Mona! I these are so cool! You know you could make a mini album with these! Or even alter them with mixed media! I would probably alter them with some stamps and lace, with a card or some goodies in there for raks! Thanks for the opportunity to win one!Hugs~Diana

Alice said...

The possibilities are endless but probably just hand drawn sketches I like to do with sharpie markers.

Alice said...

btw my youtube name is Aimee Shockcor, I just use Alice on blogger for anonymity

kayla said...

Money for bills greeting cards

Amanda said...

I'd never buy an envelope again. Everything I mail would be super cute! XD

Unknown said...

I'd never buy anymore envelopes. And this personalizes everything :)

Anonymous said...

i just love crafts like these!

arlena25 said...

I Love this crafting idea!

shellyatchic unique said...

this is so cool i love it

shellyatchic unique said...

this is so cool i love it

Anonymous said...

This is so cool. I would like to put little treats or cards to brighten someones day. Thanks for the give away. Pat S

Aparajita Khetarpal said...

I'd probably use photos for the fronts, it'd be really nice and personal

LadyInnominate said...

I love card making so this would be perfect. It would also be great for invitations and treats!

Sydney Huang said...

I would Probably put pretty designs on my envelope. :) Maybe special pictures as well.

craft_monster said...

I'll put handmade cards on my envelopes, i'll be giving them out to all my friends! :)

Rachelle Anderson said...

I would make envelopes out of the cutest paper!

Nita Carol Designs said...

I just started making my own cards and it did not occur to me to also make my own envelopes. This is a great idea!

Lillian said...

I'd love to make envelopes out of pretty papers that coordinate with my handmade cards.

Jill D said...

I don't think I'd put anything on the envie itself but I'd love to make some out of pretty paper!

eclairre said...

Hmm, I'm not sure yet!

Tiffany Ibarra said...

I think it would depend on what occasion it was. I scrapbook so I have lots of stickers and embellishments that I could use. Thanks for the great review and giveaway!

Nancy said...

I'd put home-made cards in my envelopes.

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

demmi said...

not sure probably a hand written note

emeraldmaz said...

I don't know what I'd put on the envelope.

Emi Pearce said...

I have a ton of old blueprints including military stuff.

Megan Parsons said...

I would put stars and skulls on my envelope!

Theresa M said...

I would always put alittle heart on it as that is my signature. I always put one on cakes I bake for my close relatives on Sundays at my parents's house.

walk9 said...

I really don't know

cassandra said...

I guess it would depend what I was mailing! But I love the idea it is so cute :) Maybe some cat pictures!
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Amy Honious said...

i would put flowers on mine-with smiley faces! i love to embellish my correspondence-it makes paying the bills a little nicer, lol! thanks for the giveaway. this is a neat product!

Deb Anderson said...

Back when I used to have pen pals all over the world, I used to make my own envelopes all the time. :) It's a great way to personalize your mail with stickers, stencils, stamps, etc.

Anonymous said...

I would let my kids decorate them for family and friends when we send out birthday and holiday cards etc. wilcarvic
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Gale said...

Since I don't have a working printer, I'd probably use this to make envelopes out of wrapping paper, my kids drawings, etc.

Christy Colln said...

this is awesome...I'd never buy envelopes again!

Denise Clark said...

I would probably use some of my scrapbook paper (actually I have a whole box of it, LOL). Thanks for the opportunity!!

Domestic Diva said...

Fantastic! I'd use my little one's drawings to make envelopes.

lovelydomesticdiva (at) gmail (dot) com

Anonymous said...

I love crafting and this is a great way to help me and my 8 year old daughter bond! Thanks for the opportunity! :) BrockFam4

Samantha Baker said...

I would put all sorts of things on the envelopes. I could draw pictures or use pretty paper. The possibilities are endless!

Mara Yager said...

I would maybe put some handmade drawings that my son made! He's two, so it's pretty entertaining :) Thank you!!

Kristie said...

I would put cards that I make. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

Gwen said...

I would put pictures of soccer balls on it.

Jayme Hennessy said...

It would depend upon the reason for the envelope to begin with. If for a holiday, then something corresponding with said holiday.