Envelope For Valentine Card

I had some requests for the envelope to match the Valentine’s card I posted recently, so I decided to post the template with a tutorial in case you want to make one. You can find the Valentine’s card here.

Now if you have a very large music studio, cutting out a bunch of envelopes is probably not something you want to do. But if you have a child or grandchild who takes piano, or if you only have a few students, it really doesn’t take much time to cut this out. And with an envelope, you can even insert a special treat!

This template is for standard 8.5″ x 11″ US letter size paper. I’m not sure if it will work with UK size paper since I don’t have access to that size paper. But some of you on the other side of the pond might know how to do it.

When you print, it is important to select “Actual Size” or some words like that. If you choose “Fit Paper” or “Scale Paper” it is not going to fit the card. Also, it is a lot easier to fold the envelope and card if you don’t use card stock! I used 24# pound paper, which is not that much more expensive. It is good for printing both sides because it doesn’t see-through as much.

Happy Valentine’s Day!Music Valentine Card Envelope

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4 thoughts to “Valentine Card Envelope Tutorial

  • Mary McGovern

    Thank you for sharing your talents! The graphics are gorgeous, and activities, fun! I actually cut up the page into the 4 sections, and will be using them as activity sheets for the students arriving for our Valentine Piano Party, while waiting for all to arrive. The cute picture, I attached their goodie bag. It looks adorable. Wishing you many blessings, and a Happy Valentine’s Day!

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    • Susan Paradis

      Mary, what a wonderful idea! The students probably love little activity pages! I hope I can remember your idea and share it with teachers in the future. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  • Peggy Schaaf

    Thanks for the cute Valentine’s Day cards and envelopes, Susan!

    Peggy

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    • Susan Paradis

      You’re welcome, Peggy. Glad you like them!

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