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It’s been a while since my last free printable, and this time I worked hard to bring you these cute little printable envelope templates and envelope liners!

What you’ll need to make these envelopes:
* A colour printer
* Coloured paper / scrapbook paper
* White paper
* Scissors
* Glue stick or double-sided tape

It’s really easy to create these mini envelopes. The template will barely use any ink because it’s just black lines that you print out on coloured paper. First download the PDF. The PDF file contains the template and the liners. Print out the envelope template on any coloured paper, white paper or scrapbook paper. Then cut out the template and start folding it. Place the envelope liner inside the envelope.

free printable mini envelope template

Stick the liner to the inside of the envelope before gluing the envelope.

free printable mini envelope template and liners

green and blue printable envelopes
mini envelope in hand

You can put loose stamps or pictures in your envelopes. Or you can put a little note in them and use them when giving gifts or flowers.


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  1. These would be great to use when taking a meal to a neighbor or for inclusion in lunch boxes for the kids.

  2. Had a problem with printing these out, the dotted lines didn’t show! Maybe you could try and fix that problem if you have time? Thanks!

    1. Hi Amber, thanks for commenting. That sounds very strange, I think it could be your printer – is it low on black ink? Anyway, I’ve made all the dotted lines darker and thicker now. Please download it again and let me know if you still have that problem.

  3. These are really great! I’m using them for the envelopes I’ll be using for my girlfriend’s birthday’s “Open when…” letters!

  4. I’ve purchased a beautiful Calendar for my 6 year old Granddaughter. I’ve attached an envelope to each month, and inside tells what special “date night” or daytime activity my husband and I will be treating her to. It will make her feel special since it seems we so things with all the Grand kids together. As the others get older, we will do the same idea with them as well. Thank you for your easy template!

    1. Oh, what a thoughtful idea, Jillian! I’m sure she will enjoy it. She’s definitely blessed to have grandparents like you 🙂

  5. Thanks! I bought a little Santa mailbox on a post that is sitting at the top of my inside entry stairs. I’m planning on reducing these & making mini letters to Santa to go inside.