I love this thing because you can do lots more with the wee gadget than just make envelopes in a jiffy. (I really like gadgets. The useful kind. Ask my kitchen.)
So. I wanted to make a coin envelope.
Did you ever notice that coin envelopes aren't anything like regular envelopes? Since the base paper for the punchboard envelope starts out as a square, I ran into a snag because the flaps are goofy. But I solved that. I'm going to share my solution so you don't have to go to the trouble of cutting, scoring, punching, scratching your head, and sneaking all sorts of disaster attempts into the circular file.
Better yet, I'm going to share my solution with a video. Enjoy!
I used the following items:
12x12 Take Wing Lime Print
Envelope Punch Board
Paper Piercing Tool and Cork Board
3/4" Circle Punch
(2) Mini Brads
12" Paper Trimmer
2x8" Acrylic Grid Ruler