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How to Make Your Own Eid Envelopes: DIY Tutorial

Looking for a fun and creative way to give gifts or money this Eid? Why not make your own envelopes with this easy DIY tutorial? These handmade envelopes are perfect for adding a personal touch to your gifts and showing your loved ones how much you care.

Gather Materials and Tools.

To make your own Eid envelopes, you will need a few basic materials and tools. These include colorful paper or cardstock, scissors, a ruler, a pencil, glue or double-sided tape, and any decorations you want to add, such as stickers or ribbon. You can also use a template to ensure your envelopes are the right size and shape. Once you have everything you need, you're ready to get started on your DIY project!


Choose Your Design and Cut Out Envelope Template.


The first step in making your own Eid envelopes is to choose your design and cut out the envelope template. You can find free templates online or create your own using a ruler and pencil. Once you have your template, place it on your chosen paper or cardstock and trace around it with a pencil. Then, use your scissors to carefully cut out the envelope shape. Repeat this process for as many envelopes as you need.



Trace and Cut Out Envelope on Decorative Paper.


After choosing your envelope template, it's time to trace and cut it out on your chosen decorative paper. Make sure to use a pencil to trace the template onto the paper, so you can easily erase any mistakes. Then, carefully cut out the envelope shape with scissors. Repeat this process for each envelope you want to make. Remember to be patient and take your time to ensure a clean and precise cut.



Fold and Glue Envelope Together.


Once you have cut out your envelope shape, it's time to fold and glue it together. First, fold the bottom flap up towards the center of the envelope. Then, fold the two side flaps in towards the center, overlapping the bottom flap slightly. Finally, fold the top flap down and tuck it into the pocket created by the bottom flap. Apply a small amount of glue to the side flaps and press them down firmly to secure the envelope. Allow the glue to dry completely before using your new Eid envelopes.



Add Personal Touches and Fill with Gifts.


Now that you have your handmade Eid envelopes, it's time to add some personal touches and fill them with gifts. You can decorate the envelopes with stickers, washi tape, or even paint to make them unique and special. Then, fill them with money, small gifts, or even handwritten notes to show your loved ones how much you care. These DIY envelopes are a great way to add a personal touch to your Eid celebrations and make your gifts even more meaningful.

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