Here is what I have so far...
29 of the standard A2 size
33 of 6x6
22 of 8 1/2 x 6 size (fits a large card made from a 1/2 sheet of cardstock folded in half)
14 of the 'business' size 4 1/4 x 8 1/2
Plus I have these (38 of 'em) A2 size cut, scored and folded, just needing to be taped together:
I am using 1/8 inch Scrappy Tape to adhere them together and on the flaps for closure later. I ran out, and need to order more, but it is the perfect adhesive for this job.
I also have this stack sitting by my chair for this weekend's movies watching work:
There is probably another 40-50 pieces of paper there. In care you want to know (ha!) we will be wathcing Here Comes the Boom (I don't care if it is dumb, Kevin James always makes me laugh) and Flight with Denzel Washington (a hubby pleasing action one).
This paper is ancient, measuring by the style of scrapbook papers now. BUT....I think it made beautiful envelopes. Who would not like a card arriving in a pretty, bright envelope like this:
I used this nifty little tool to make them all:
It is called The Enveloper, and I got it online several years ago. It is still available all over the place for about $15.
This wasn't the most exciting challenge, and I didn't do one thing special on any of these envelopes. I just wanted to use up some paper and have a supply of envelopes on hand. I imagine dear Felicia is doing something with pretty flaps or lining or what have you. Keep checking her blog - they will surely be carefully and beautifully made.