Her is a close up of the inside of one of them.
In case you want to make your own I use my Scor-Pal and THIS tutorial from their website. They are so super quick and fun.
Another thing to note is thickness of paper. This paper is actually a smidge thin for envelopes. I'm ok with it, I'll use it on flatter cards, and maybe tape the corners. It was too beautiful not to use. But if you want to whip out a ton quick and not worry about that the slightly thicker or best of all slightly glossy kinds of book papers work best. Oh and see the lovely cover? I'm gonna try to do something great with that too. I'll keep you in the loop.
My arm burn doesn't hurt today! Thank for your support and stories about the dangers of irons. Those of you who just pull stuff out and hang it up, how do you get away with that? My denim skirt gets all funky on the end, like it wants to fold up on itself, my husband's work shirts get weird on the placket (sp) so they don't lay flat when he buttons them, or the collars get weird. Anyhow I do pull them right away, it is just that they still need some ironing. And that offends me. I actually have a sore muscle in my one arm from it. SHEESH.