Tuesday Tip: Designing Your Own Envelope and Card Corners

Making Corners is Easy with Slice

What I find interesting is the fact that most of us like to design our own things without having to purchase templates or spend time looking for something that is similar to what we want. Today's tip is all about making those slanted corners so you can make any size or shape and have flaps that are adjustable the way you want them to be.

Step 1: Prepare Your Project

Put some Rectangles together so they look like the envelope above.

Step 2: Slice up a Triangle

Use a Triangle shape and size it up then cut off the top to make your flap. To do this, you can add a square to the Canvas, then cover up the parts you want to remove.

Step 3:. Make copies 

Copy your sliced triangle and place and size them to fit on the area where you want a flap

Step 5: Adjust the Flaps

Make sure you adjust your flaps to fit onto the card or envelope.

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Step 6: Weld it all together

Now that everything is in place, time to select it all and weld it into place. Now you have your flaps designed, just the way you want them.

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Bette Daoust
Bette Daoust

Dr. Bette Daoust is a Copious Crafter with many crafts and techniques completed with very many more to go. Bette's Makes ❤️ DIY Home Decor DIY Craft Tutorials, DIY Paper Flowers

    1 Response to "Cricut Craft with me: Creating Flaps and Corners for Cards and Envelopes"

    • MonaLisa

      Your tips are so helpful. Thank you!

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