6.09.2009

freebies - dots envelope wraps

some more free envelope wraps i made while watching tv.
click on the image for a link to the pdf file.
these just need to be printed on adhesive paper and cut out.

43 comments:

  1. Thanks so much Melissa for your comment on the blog and leaving the link to yours. Glad to have found you! Your wraps are awesome! I'll be linking to these and to your blog :)

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  2. FABulous!!

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  3. Thank you so much! .. I love the wraps

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  4. thank you so much! They are too cute :D

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  5. These are fabulous! Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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  6. Thank you - you are very generous. These will be enjoyed by both the sender and the recipient!

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  7. These are great! Thank you!!!

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  8. Thank you for the wraps. They are great

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  9. Thank you! These are lovely.

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  10. Found you through the craftzine blog. These label wraps are great! Do you just print them on full-size sticker sheets or are they formated for some type of address label?

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  11. These are fantastic! Thank you so much!

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  12. Thank you, thank you!! These are wonderful!

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  13. oh wowza! freaking amazing. thank you for sharing!

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  14. Oh my gosh! Thanks, these are beautiful-- great color choices!

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  15. Thanks for sharing. I appreciate your hard work!

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  16. These are lovely. Would you do a tutorial on how to make one's own?

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  17. Thanks for the wraps. They are very cute!

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  18. These are awesome. Thank you! :)

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  19. These are INCREDIBLE!! I'm not sure if you would be willing to share how you made these. I would love to have something very similar for our wedding envelopes. I have a background design that I would like to use, but I don't even know where to begin. If you can provide any tips I would be sooo grateful leahmcfarland at gmail dot com.

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  20. LOVE these!! Thanks so much for sharing that is very kind.

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  21. thank you guys for all of the comments. it wasn't notifying me and that is why any questions haven't been answered. i'm glad you guys like them. i wanted to help out with cool stuff since i didn't see much free stuff that i loved that wasn't the usual stuff. again, ENJOY!!

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  22. There once was a man from Nantucket

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  23. Love these! Thank you for sharing. What a wonderful idea and not just for weddings. Hello red and Christmas! You unknowingly just gave me my Christmas theme this year...dots! Just an all around great idea.

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  24. very cool..... love it. Thanks for sharing.

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  25. These are great, I will be using these when sending out Xmas cards this year! I may also use them when promoting my free ipod touch competition locally, thanks!
    free ipod touch UK

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  26. cool article. i will borrow some ideas.

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  27. Hi

    I am a big collector of beautiful digital papers and clip arts and wondering if you can help explain how you create these cute labels..i am not sure which program should i use or how to start making one :P i understand that it needs to have Adobe reader to open the file and be able to edit the address filed.I tried design one on photoshop program and save in pdf but then when i opened the file to edit it just not let me do so.whewww..just dont know what to do.I iwll look forward to hear from you :) thanks so much

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  28. i used adobe indesign but i am a graphic designer and making things like this is what i do for a living and the software isn't cheap. you have to have adobe acrobat (not just the reader software which is free) and create a form in your layout in order to make it so that people can edit the text. so making something in photoshop isn't going to have anything to do with letting you edit it acrobat. good luck.

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  29. Looks amazing!!!! /I look forward to your feedback /thanks for this man it was very helpful.

    Wedding Gift Ideas

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  30. thanks for this man it was very helpful.

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  31. Thank you so much - these are absolutely adorable. Just curious - when I type in the address - some of the letters don't print fully b/c of the font. they run out of room?
    Like a "g" dips below the line - if that makes sense? Any fixes?
    Thanks again!!!
    Elizabeth

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  32. i'm not sure why you are having that issue since it doesn't happen when i try tying "g" in acrobat. you can email me with the specifics of what info you are tying to enter and where and i can see if i can fix it. info@melissadesign.net

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  33. When I type the "g" on the address line its fine - but when I move to the next line (the city, state line), the bottom part of the g disappears. As if the font is too big for the line.
    Do you think its b/c I am working on a mac and not a pc? If if would be easier for me to send you a doc via email - I would be happy to do that too.
    thank you so much!! I love these!!!!

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  34. it could be a font substitution issue since you are on a mac. it might be using some font you have instead that's bigger than the space provided. it could also be a pdf viewing issue. did you try printing out a test page to see if it cuts off on the actual printed page?

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  35. I had a feeling that might be the issue. Yes, I printed a test page and it does in fact cut off the letter. Is there any work around? I would love to use these for invitations.

    Thanks again!

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  36. please send me an email and we will talk through that to see what we can come up with.

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