We recommend that you use our edding 751 and 780 gloss paint markers in a range of colours. You can choose from up to 22 different colours, depending on the pen type, all of which offer opaque coverage suitable for both light and dark surfaces. First, print and cut out the envelope template. Place the template on the paper you want to use for the envelope, transfer the outlines and cut it out. Then fold the envelope as shown on the template.
Before you start designing, you need to activate your edding gloss paint marker as follows: Shake the marker vigorously with the cap on. Then remove the cap and pump the pen a few times on absorbent paper until ink appears in the tip. Once you’re done with the marker, replace the cap firmly and store it horizontally. Now you can get started! Use the fine-tipped edding 780 in silver to draw garlands hung with baubles.
You can, of course, use any other design or pattern you like. Short sentiments and greetings can also be very effective. In this example, we’ve decorated the inside of the envelope so that you don’t need to write a separate card.
You can also create stunning designs in our popular copper shade, available in a variety of stroke widths from 0.8 to 4 mm.
Products and materials
- Sheets of paper in various colours
- “Envelope” craft template
- Scrap paper
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