With the current economic climate, it has never been a better time to embrace Green Crafting. Being able to repurpose or recycle bits and pieces from around your home is very satisfying. Crafting with recycled materials is also great for kids projects - it teaches them about recycling as well as crafting on a budget. I have been very interested in all the projects popping up lately using recycled security envelopes.
I kept all my envelopes that came in the mail last week. Today I had some fun putting them to good use! First up was a mini shopping pad to keep in my handbag, made from a cereal box, paper, and decorated with security envelopes.
I love the soothing, understated patterns of security envelopes - perfect for embellishing gift tags!
Here are some small envelopes made to store small templates from sewing projects.
Here are some other cool ideas:
Security Envelope Projects at Junk Mail Gem
Business Card Envelopes at Crafting in a Green World
Inside Out Security Envelopes at Design * Sponge
We also wanted to thank the wonderful Sandra @ Pepperberry & Co for bestowing us with an award recently. Sandra makes so many stylish products including journal covers and snap pouches. Be sure to check out her awesome tutorial for making iron on labels!
Our blogging friend, Tania, from Jet Craft Books is having a 100th post giveaway with some very generous prizes! Please drop over to enter.
Posted by Lisa