The paste paper already had a Static-like pattern and I wanted to accentuate that but not cover it up. I decided on a die cut image. This is Elizabeth Craft Moda Scrap 1322 Lacy Poppies. I glued in a piece of acetate behind the die cut opening and then glued the thin petal lines (is that the negative...or the positive?) to the acetate. When I glued the envelope together, I left enough of the bottom flap unglued so that I can tuck in the top flap for closure.
I used Spellbinders Grand Shapeabilities Hexagon Petal Envelope LF-007. It makes an envelope if you use thin enough paper (the blue examples above). It's more 3 D with heavier cardstock. But again, I wanted some dimension to store some hexagon drawing tiles. So after die cutting I added an additional score line on all 6 sides for this result. This too was cut from my paste paper stash.
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