Printing and Assembling Cards
Download and print the card designs you like. (Make sure your printer is scaled to 100% to get the right size). The cards are 2 to a sheet. Cut paper in half across the 11” side to make 2 cards you can fold in half. (Each should be 4-1/4 x 5-1/2”). Add color or personalize as you like. Send as many cards as you like to friends. We ask that in exchange for using these designs, you send at least 1 card to someone in the Temple Israel congregation you do not know well – or at all.
Peggy and Madeline
Printing and Assembling Envelope Templates
To create your envelopes you’ll need a printer, glue or tape, and paper. To make standard white envelopes, use white printer paper. Scrapbook papers, patterned or colored paper, or magazine or calendar pages can also be used to create a unique look. Use a white address label on colored papers.When you print the envelope, make sure your printer is scaled to 100% to get the proper size. Double-check the size after you’ve printed it out. You can do this by taking a ruler and making sure that the measurements are what they are supposed to be. It should measure 5-5/8”x 4-3/8” inside the dotted lines. Cut out your printed pattern and trace around it to make envelopes. Fold on the dotted lines. Glue on the side flaps and fold your pattern up on bottom dotted line to make the envelope body. Once you have inserted your card, fold the top flap down, and glue or tape shut to mail it.