Things that go together:
peanut butter and jelly
fun and sun
Thanksgiving and turkey (Or tofurky - if you are a vegetarian like me.)
rest and relaxation . . .
and, of course, stationery and envelopes. Okay, this may not have been the next obvious pair that came to mind for you, but stationery needs an envelope like carrots need ranch (according to my kids who won't eat raw carrots without ranch). So here's the next tutorial in the pretend and play mail carrier kit for my eighth craft till Christmas . . . envelopes.
Grab this stuff:
1 - 8 1/2 x 10 inch rectangle of fabric
1 - 8 1/2 x 10 inch rectangle in contrasting fabric
1 - 8 x 9 1/2 inch rectangle of Heat n Bond Ultrahold Iron-on Adhesive (or any double sided adhesive)
1 - 1 inch rectangle of fusible Velcro (My spell check says that this should be capitalized, so I'm going with that.)
Do these steps:
1) Take both fabric rectangles and cut off a triangle measuring 2 inches at the base from the top corner. Notice corners in picture.
2) Place fabric right sides together and sew around outside edge leaving a two to three inch opening at the top (the flat edge between the cut off corners).