i should be mopping the floor: Printable 3x5 Envelopes and Cards

Thursday, August 2, 2018

Printable 3x5 Envelopes and Cards

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I've always wanted to create printable envelopes. After a lot of measuring and realizing math really isn't my thing, I finally got them created. These free printable floral 3x5 envelopes and cards are perfect to print at a moment's notice. They're regulation size for USPS and they're pretty sweet, too! Grab both designs of the 3x5 envelopes and the coordinating cards below.

Printable 3x5 Envelopes and Cards
These sweet little 3x5 envelopes and cards are my new favorite thing, y'all. The envelopes are super simple to print and fold and the little cards slide right inside. They're fantastic to send a quick note on the spot. Download either of the designs below.

Free Printable 3x5 Envelopes and Cards

Not only do I have these fun envelopes and cards for you today, I'm also sharing a small sneak peek at tomorrow's final floral freebie.


Pretty Envelope Seals
I also have these free printable floral stickers that coordinate perfectly with these 3x5 envelopes and cards. They're a lovely way to finish off your envelope.

Download These 3x5 Envelopes and Cards:

Free Envelope Templates
You can download all of these designs here.

Printing and Assembling these 3x5 Envelopes and Cards:


Printing an Envelope

  • Grab your trusty double sided tape for assembling your envelopes. (I like this kind.)
  • Cut out the envelope around the outer edge (there is a small hairline in place for you to cut around).


Assembling an Envelope

  • There are light dotted lines on the envelope where you will create all of your folds. 
  • Fold everything first, before taping. Use your finger or the handle of your scissors to create nice, clean creases.


Envelope Printable
  • Place your double sided tape on those two inner flaps (as pictured above). Then bring the bottom of the envelope up to adhere to the tape on those flaps.
  • To close the envelope (once your card is safely inside), you can grab my coordinating free printable stickers, or use another small piece of your double sided tape. A decorative and coordinating piece of washi tape would be fun, too.

Yellow and Aqua Stationary
Again, I measured like crazy: these are regulation size for the United States Postal Service.

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17 comments:

  1. These are ADORABLE! THank you for working the math 😉 to make them.

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    1. Thank you so much, Amber! ;) And while math isn't my strongest area, it worked out okay! xoxo

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  2. Love these! Thanks so much for sharing.

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    1. I'm so happy you like them! Thanks so much for letting me know! xoxo

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  3. These are just LOVELY! (Yes, I am shouting!!!) Thank you, Kristi for sharing your talent with us. There is no way on God's green earth that I could create these, but I have a print button and know how to use it! In fact, I think my printing borders on being an addiction. But hey, no fat, calories nor adverse effects, so I will print away to my heart's content. Besides, many of the things I print are to bless others!

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    1. Linda, that's my kind of addiction...HA! I so appreciate your kind comment. So happy you like them. Take care! xoxo

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    2. I like your comment. Aren't we glad this addiction is not fattening or harmful. I also like to brighten other people's days with the beautiful creations Kristi shares with us. I'm so glad I found this page. Thank you, Kristi.

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    3. Awww...thank you so much, Phylis!! I'm so happy you're here!! Much love!

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  4. Kristi ~ Thank you so much. I just love these note cards and envelopes. Your designs are awesome (like you)!! I agree with you about the Math. At times I'm still counting on my fingers!! LOL

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    1. Oh goodness...thank you so much, Laura! I appreciate your sweet words so much. And yeah...math and I rarely get along! xoxo

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  5. THANK YOU!!! I have been thinking that I wanted you to do something like this!

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    1. Awww...you're so welcome! They've been a big hit, so I may need to do a few more designs. Appreciate your sweet comment. xoxo

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  7. The email you have for me is not correct. it should be tracy.shaw003@gmail.com. I haven't been able to get any of your printables lately with the new system.

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    1. Thank you, Tracy! I have updated you in the system.

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