Thursday, March 12, 2009

The Red Envelope Project

I always do my best to keep my promises and today is no different. Yesterday I promised you a free file with a twist.

The twist is that this file comes with an opportunity to make a difference for a good cause. (I will not proselytize about the cause nor will I entertain arguments against it.) It is also a great opportunity for you to declutter your stash of red paper.

The cause is The Red Envelope Project and you can find all the details right here.

This is the file.


It comes with the envelope, the mailing label and the journal block. You may fill in the information in your own handwriting, print and cut the file or do a cut and print. The link to the free file is right here. No password this time. Please, if you want to share this file with someone else, please send them here to download it for themselves.

Now, I must confess that I have never done a print and cut on my KNK. Therefore, I apologize in advance if something has not been set up correctly. I have, however, included the instructions for doing a cut and print. I know this works with every cutter out there. I've done this many, many times. If you have any questions or problems, please feel free to e-mail me at ijr41ug @ yahoo.com (just take out the spaces).

On a different note, have you been listening carefully while you're over at the Paperthreads Forum? I swear I can hear the sound of several mice running all around over there. Hmm? What's up with that? LOL!

Oh, and here's another sneak peek of what's to come in my store.
Well, that and another sale too.

Happy Shopping and Happy Scrapping!

3 comments:

Carrie Schwartz said...

Thank you Ileana for the link to the Red Envelope project and the free envelope. You know, I have never cut a print in cut either. But I will write the message to the President on my envelope. We need to save the future generation.

God bless,
Carrie

Lisa said...

This is a wonderful idea!! Thanks for sharing.

debenj said...

I've never done a print-n-cut either on the KNK (wasn't too successful on the WB).

Also love the cross file :)