The digi is from In Style Stamps, their Retro Collection.
I love digi has this fun sketch to work with.
I used the basics paper and Kraft Card Stock
The gold trim on the orange paper with white dots is from Flower Soft. It is really easy to use too and nice and sticky! It feels like vinyl and is real flexible.
The envelope was made to match the lettering, which was made with Quickutz Chicken Noodle and Quickutz String Bean. I like these fonts because they are one die.
I found an easy way to use the letter for Quickutz dies too. I use permanent Tombo adhesive dots in the roller. I apply the adhesive while the letter is still in the paper it was cut from, but after I cut it. I then can pull out the letter, and if any adhesive is sticking out the edges it rolls away neatly and cleanly with a kneaded eraser. I hope this helps you want to get out your die-cut fonts. Sometimes they can be a pain, if you have a longer sentiment like this one. But try this, I think you will enjoy your die-cuts more!
Enjoy your weekend! We are home this weekend, which is ALWAYS a good thing.