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Whodunnit? Clue Envelope Tutorial

Posted by Graphic 45 07/28/2017 26 Comment(s) Cards,Tutorials,

Hello, G45ers! 

  Thanks for joining us today! It is Friday, and that means it is time to announce our lucky, randomly chosen, blog prize winner! Who's it going to be? Speaking of suspensful mysteries, we have Katelyn Grosart joining us today to share her wonderful Whodunnit? Clue Envelopes featuring Master Detective. Katelyn's envelopes are the furthest thing from elementary, vanilla, manilla envelopes. With multiple layers, fussy cut accents, and metal embellishments, these creative envelopes are perfect for murder mystery parties, gifts for any gentlemen in your life, or perfect Halloween decorations.  From "Whowunnit?" prizes to Whodunnit? SnapGudie tutorials , this blog is packed with Graphic 45 revelations!

First, the lucky winner of this week's blog prize is Sheryle Spears! Congratulations! She posted on Facebook to say, "Great workspace and nice layouts" Please email info@g45papers.com to claim your pirze, Sheryle. 

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This week’s prize featured a Midnight Masquerade 12x12 Patterns & Solids paper pad, an 8x8 paper pad, Ephemera Cards, Chipboard, Tags & Pockets, and Ivory Square Tag Album, a value of $60. 

 

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WhoDunnit? Clue Envelopes

By Katelyn Grosart

 

Hey G45 Fans! When I first laid my eyes on Master Detective, I wasn’t too sure what I would end up creating with it. But, as I started looking at it more, many ideas came to my head. For starters, I like to refer to this collection as the 3 in 1 collection because it works for creating Sherlock Holmes projects, masculine projects, and Halloween projects. Who doesn’t love to create projects for those three different things?! With all of these ideas brewing in my head, I created a set of WhoDunnit? Clue Envelopes using Master Detective, Policy Envelopes, and a variety of other Staples. These envelopes are perfect to put clues in for a murder mystery game or party. Grab a cup of your favourite beverage and enjoy the photos and tutorial of my WhoDunnit? Clue Envelopes”.

 

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Tip: Layer in amongst the fussy cut images an Ornate Metal Keyhole as well as a Metal Clock Key. To give the staples a bit of extra dimension, add foam squares behind each staple.

 

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Tip: Use an Ornate Metal Label Holder to highlight a section of the border.

 

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Tip: To add some interest in the top right hand corner, fold the corner of the orange patterned paper piece down and hold it down by using a Metal Brad.

 

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Check out How to Create a Set of Whodunnit? Clue Envelopes by Katelyn Grosart on Snapguide.

Whodunnit Envelope Snapguide Tutorial
 

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Graphic 45 Supplies Used:

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Master Detective 12x12 Patterned Paper:

  • Master Detective
  • Beautiful Mystery
  • Get a Clue!
  • Whodunnit?
  • Sinister Secrets
  • Dastardly Deeds
  • It’s Elementary

Staples Collection:

 

Other Supplies Used:

  • Ranger Ink: Black Soot Distress Ink & Blending Tool with Foam
  • Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L: Dodz, 3D Foam Squares & Tape Runner
  • Edge Distressor, Scissors & Paper Trimmer

 

Thanks for joining me today as I share with you my WhoDunnit? Clue Envelopes and tutorial.” ~Katelyn Grosart

 

...and thanks to Katelyn for supplying these inspiration Master Detective envelopes. We love projects like this that are quick to make and have so many potential uses once completed. We'd love to hear how you have used envelopes in your crafting endeavors in the comments below as well. Good show! With that, we will leave you to the case of solving the mystery of how to maximize your craft time this weekend! Remember that Monday is the cut off for our July Monthly Challenge so this is your last chance to enter. The game is afoot!

 

Happy Papercrafting!

 

26 Comment(s)

Jean Marmo:
07/28/2017, 12:06:23 PM
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Another wonderful project!

Arianna Barbara:
07/28/2017, 12:14:55 PM
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Wow! Fabulous creations!!! Congrats Sheryle!!!

Dawn Belger:
07/28/2017, 12:24:05 PM
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I love this policy envelope. So creative and again great tips from the ambassador.

Pirjo Callies:
07/28/2017, 12:55:06 PM
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Great paper kit and beautiful project.

Martie Rollin:
07/28/2017, 01:26:44 PM
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So clever! Love that skeleton, and that spider is terrific! thanks for these fun ideas!

Ruth:
07/28/2017, 02:09:58 PM
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Thanks so much for the great tips and easy to follow project!

leslie gilford:
07/28/2017, 02:40:28 PM
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Ilove this theme. Another win for your product. Thank you for the great tutorial Katelyn.

Pat Ford:
07/28/2017, 02:48:46 PM
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Great project with Master Detective! Thanks for sharing!

Marianne Gonzales:
07/28/2017, 02:56:19 PM
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Wow Katelyn!! These are fantastic! Love that skeleton.

fusiafscrapping:
07/28/2017, 04:05:54 PM, fusiafscrapping.blogspot.com
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Wow! Fabulous creation!

Rosann Barnes:
07/28/2017, 08:48:30 PM
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Oh these are way cool Katelyn... so many fascinating details! You gonna make me spend tomorrow morning playing; love the tips!

Mieke Goossens van Muijden:
07/28/2017, 11:57:48 PM
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What a great way oif using the G45 papers. Layer onto layer....I whished I had so many papers of each line....I always struggle to get a creation right with the amount of available papers hihihi Thanks for the additional tips in crafting, Hope to use them someday!

Sue MacFall:
07/29/2017, 01:45:32 AM
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What a great project - love the way you have built this up. Thank you.

Dorothy McCarthy:
07/29/2017, 06:30:34 AM, handmadebydorothy.blogspot.com
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I just love these papers!!!

Calicrafter:
07/29/2017, 10:25:29 AM
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I also think this collection is good for masculine projects. Thanks for the envelope tutorial.

Rosann Barnes:
07/29/2017, 12:23:03 PM
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Hi ... it's me again Just wanted to come back and tell you my prize box came today !! OMG how exciting it was to dig through the box; smell ( I love the smell of Graphic45 new papers ), touch and feel the products. The album is so pretty . I made my husband come in so I could show him every piece. He loved those flowers on the album he said the colors were so vibrant they looked like fabric flowers. The colors are so very pretty... Thank you again !!!

Jami L Wright:
07/29/2017, 01:11:14 PM
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When I first saw this paper collection, I knew immediately that it needed to be in my paper stash but I wasn't sure what to do with it. This blog has given me multiple ideas and I can't wait to experiment now!

Debbie Mitchell:
07/30/2017, 10:08:41 PM
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Love, love, love the fussy cut images! This is a great project.

J Austin:
07/31/2017, 01:40:13 PM
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Holy mystery! This is stunning! Love all the details and embellishments! Gorgeous.

Sharon Gullikson:
07/31/2017, 10:25:36 PM
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I love this collection, but then I love detective and mystery stories!!!!

Susan:
08/01/2017, 01:45:12 AM
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Awesome layering!

Lisa hetherington:
08/03/2017, 07:09:17 AM
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Such unique paper!!!

Samantha:
10/20/2017, 07:53:14 PM
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Oh my goodness! My uncle always says "who dunnit" lol love this! It's like clue meets halloween

Michele Lewis:
10/21/2017, 08:28:28 AM
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I love the artful use of the fussy cut images! Awesome!

Michelle Nettleton:
10/21/2017, 01:57:43 PM
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Well this is fun!!!

Linda Vigl:
10/21/2017, 04:23:12 PM
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So cute, the answer to whodunnit with this set needs to be, me! Graphic 45, i love you!

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