Policy Envelopes for Junk Journals and Travel Books 

Hello G45ers!

Happy Friday!  As we bid farewell to our Graphic 45 Fall Sneak Peeks, we’re thrilled to announce the 15 lucky winners! But before the big reveal, check out Maria Smeshkova‘s P.S. I Love You Policy Envelopes – perfect for gift cards, mini albums, and journals. Tune into the #G45Reel for creative inspiration and join in the crafting fun!


Fall Sneak Peek Schedule

Monday, September 18: Let’s Get Artsy
Tuesday, September 19: Life is Abundant
Wednesday, September 20: Imagine – Collector’s Edition
Thursday, September 21:Love Notes – Collector’s Edition
Friday, September 22: 15 Prize Winners Announced (at the end of this post!)



Policy Envelopes for Junk Journals and Travel Books 

Tutorial by Maria Smeshkova  


“Hello everyone! 

Today I want to show you how to create different envelopes for junk journals or travel books.

I chose P.S. I Love You 12×12 Patterns & Solids Pack for my envelopes. This paper is perfect for junk journals.

First I’m making the basics with a Policy & Decorative Dies and doing the windows with other dies. Then I’m decorating the envelopes with stamping and embossing. I’m gluing some elements from the same paper and our envelopes are ready!


-Video Tutorial-

Policy Envelopes for Junk Journals and Travel Albums – by Maria Smeshkova


-60- Second #G45Reel-


 I hope you like it!” ~Maria









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Thank you to everyone who shared our sneak peeks, left comments, and joined us for the unveiling. We are absolutely honored to have such a wonderful community. Prizes will be shipped out in October when the product is available. Winners, please email to claim your prizes.


Happy Papercrafting!


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3 Responses

  1. The policy envelope tutorial is one of the best I’ve ever seen. I love the die, but have never thought to do all those things to embellish them. It was amazing and Maria is super talented! Thanks so much!

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