Envelope templates (C6, C7, C8) // String-tie & standard designs

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Back to the craft! Ever since I wrote this post about string-tie envelopes I’ve had heaps of requests for envelope templates in standard sizes. I finally made some (yay!) which you can find at the foot of the post.

Envelope templates (C6, C7, C8)

If you need a hand constructing the string-tie envelopes then refer to this post for help.

Envelope templates (C6, C7, C8) // String-tie & standard designs

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Envelope templates (C6, C7, C8) // String-tie & standard designs

If you want to know more about paper and envelope sizes then check out this website.

Envelope templates (C6, C7, C8) // String-tie & standard designs

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C6 ENVELOPES = 16.2 x 11.4 cm
fits A5 paper folded in half
A5 paper = 21 x 14.8 cm
Envelope template (pdf)

C7 ENVELOPES = 11.4 x 8.1 cm
fits A6 paper folded in half
A6 paper = 14.8 x 10.5 cm
Envelope template (pdf)
String-tie envelope template (pdf)

C8 ENVELOPES = 8.1 x 5.7 cm
fits A7 paper folded in half
A7 paper = 10.5 x 7.4 cm
Envelope template (pdf)
String-tie envelope template (pdf)

61 thoughts on “Envelope templates (C6, C7, C8) // String-tie & standard designs

  1. Thanks so much for your “free” envelope templates – really appreciate your generosity and making it easier to recreate envelopes in varying sizes as needed! :0)

  2. Thank you lots and lots! I adore your photographs, as well as your templates! You are very generous to share; I can’t wait to use the templates. Cheers from Susan in Florida, USA!

  3. Thank you very much for these great templates. I love playing with paper and these will come in handy

  4. Thank you so much from a Canadian crafter. You have been so generous and it will help as I’m getting into making my own cards. The colours are beautiful and they are giving me lots of ideas!

  5. Thank you for sharing these great templates for all these envelopes. I will be using one of them for a project that I have in mind and it will be perfect. thanks again.

  6. Hi Kate. I wanted to write and thank you for the string tie envelope template. The other week I wanted to make some of these to actually put my seeds in I had been collected from my dahlias. Now I can have a go at making them. Best wishes, Natasha

  7. Thank you for your miniature C8 envelope template, I am going to use it with our Girl Guide Unit to make envelopes for their Advent Calendars.

  8. I love your website! Yes, I know, I know, useless comment, but I love this website! Definitely sharing with my friends =)

    Thanks! ^_^

  9. Just want to say thank you so much for the genuinely free items, original ideas and you just general wonderfulness!

    Thank you for everything you do!

  10. I don’t know if I am dumb or what. But can you tell me what size is A5, A6 and A7 paper is? I am in USA and don’t really know cm. Can you translate it to our sizes? Thank you

  11. I love the string tied envelope but I am confused. What did you use for the “button” that is attached on the string tied envelope? I can’t make it out.

  12. ty ty so much i make real card 7 to 8 a time to mail to ppl who just a careing kind word and sometime it hard to find envelope for some of my cards i make to mail so ty so much .

  13. Love your envelope but what is an air eraseable pen and where do you get them love this envelope and thanks for sharing pattern

  14. You only have the template for the string tied c6 envelope? Can you send me the one for the triangle envelopes in c6 size please??

  15. Hi! Can’t wait to make my own envelopes!

    Just wondering if I missed it somewhere, but once I cut out the template, how do I fold it to make the envelope? Do you have instructions?

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