Cut out envelope template from coloured card. Select lining paper, repeat. You can cut out the entire template, I only had a small bit of the paper so I just cut out what would be seen. Stick lining paper to inside of envelope . 5. Make your brad ‘button’ (see below) 6. Glue it all together. I pulled out a ream of cute craft paper I’ve had sitting around for the grand kid’s projects, and voila, The cutest envelopes imaginable! Now, just a little ribbon to affix them to the pine cone and pompom ornaments I made for them…do you think I’ll make my flight? The two biggest considerations when it comes to size are finding envelopes and postage costs. Make a visit to your local stationary or art supply store to look at options and contact or visit the website of the delivery service in your area. Print out your invitation text. How to. Make Invitations for a Sleepover. How to. Make Cute Tea But with calligraphers charging $4 an envelope, they’re out of most couples’ budgets. Thankfully, you can print your own with nothing but a desktop printer, a template and some envelopes. Even if you’re not printer savvy, figuring out how to print envelopes is a lot easier than you think. Cinch the paper holder closed so it sits .