Sailor Blue Envelopes 001

Ahhh…the power of the first impression!

Imagine spotting an envelope like this in your mailbox. Would you get excited just thinking about what could be inside?

We created this look by printing the Sailor Blue colour onto the 120gsm paper each of the Eco Luxury stocks (Tamarind, Hollywood & Pebble), then adhered it to an A4 Jac double-sided adhesive sheet (or you could run it through a Xyron machine, which also turns the entire sheet into a sticker)

. We then hand-trimmed each label and stuck away onto our DL Sailor Blue Envelope. This method isn’t suitable for enormous jobs, but you already figured that right?

Sailor Blue Envelopes 003This next one’s got a few methods in one…

First we printed on the Sailor Blue 130x190mm envelope in white ink the postage paid and return address using our Oki 711WT printer. Allison then created the AIRMAIL edge and address using our InDesign template for the 89x51mm Eco Luxury Labels.

They’re a bit of a bugger to line up, so make sure you cut some 8.5 x 11 inch test sheets to muck about with first.

The cute little aeroplane heart on the back was again printed in white on our Eco Luxury Devil Red 32mm circle labels (we used the template again).

The little Sailor Blue 80x130mm reply envelope was just printed in white.

Sailor Blue Envelopes 002Allison had fun with the Eco Luxury Labels on the Sailor Blue C6 here. She printed on the 64mm Circle labels and 66.5x25mm Rectangle Labels in Sailor Blue to match the stock.

Sailor Blue Envelopes 004 I love the bright colours of these 102mm Eco Luxury Circle labels – Hollywood and Thyme. Allison matched them with the cute 32mm circle label for the back of the 130×190 Sailor Blue envelope too.

Did you know every Eco Luxury colour was designed to go with every other Eco Luxury colour?

Cheers, Jodie