Crafted : Anthropologie Envelopes

Saturday, June 4, 2011

So apparently when you graduate, people send you presents!
Something I wasn't aware of but I'm down with the idea.
So I've been making thank you cards/envelopes for the lovely family and friends who were awesome and sent me something.

I can't take credit for the Polaroid cards. Aren't they so sweet though? You can buy them here.

The envelopes are made from old Anthro magazines. (Of course)

Considering that I sent these to people like my grandma, I wonder what their reaction to them will be. I love the pictures of course but I could totally see my aunts being like "..what the random pomegranate?" ha. Oh well,  I love them so I'm sending them anyway.


  1. They are really cute! I'm proud of you for graduating, I know it sounds silly but I am 26 and just got my GED last Summer so I really really appreciate all the effort you went through!
    Good Job!!!!!

  2. Such beautiful photos! You have such an eye for beauty.

  3. Aw, that's nice.. that you got presents and these thank you cards!

  4. what a terrific idea, i love the anthro cards you made Haylee and the polaroids are awesome too. totally digging what you created and i bet the receivers of these will too. so nice for you to have these gifts given, each one will be a benchmark treasure for this special time in your life.

    and lovey, regarding my brunch post and the idea of you coming for a visit. my smile enlarged times like a mill. i'd love it, anytime okay?! you've got a forever tour guide at your disposal here in Van. happy new week wishes! xo ♥

  5. I think they are gorgeous - they bet the normal same old same old cards and thank yous that are out there.

  6. haylee!!!
    You are such a doll! I would seriously consider buying these they are just soo cute!
    How do you come up with this stuff!? i'm so impressed!
    love ya!

  7. I love this idea...especially using Anthro mags for the envelopes. :) I didn't know Urban sold these Polaroids, so adorable!!! I think your family will love these thank yous.

  8. They are so beautiful.. Now i really want some, but for the typical urban outfitters price, we could probably DIY them!

  9. these are such wonderful photos <3

  10. 1st: CONGRATULATIONS ON GRADUATING!! Seriously, thats awesome.
    2nd: These cards are sooooo cute!
    3rd: I'm going to Amsterdam, Berlin and Utrecht in July. I was going to France as well, but it got cut out of the schedule. Dang! That would have been awesome if we went to the same place at the same time!

  11. Hahah I love this... 'What a pommegranite?'
    Creative idea though, envelopes from anthro catalogs. Totally going to steal that.
    Also, My friend Allie and I are hosting a photo challenge and would love it if you'd consider entering:
    Just for entering you could win one of TWO necklaces we are giving away!

  12. they are absolutely adorable! i'm sure even if they don't understand the pomegranates or adorable pictures {some people only ever send out horribly floral-ed cards... } they will love them :p
    happy graduation!

  13. "what the pomegranate..." lol! Definitely adopting that one!
    You are so clever with your recycled envelopes, such a good idea, and so very pretty!

  14. These are beautiful! What a lovely idea :]

  15. These are great!! Congrats on graduating :)

  16. These are beautiful :) I'm sure your aunts will love them :) thank you so much for stopping by my blog and your lovely comment :)

    Love, Vanilla

  17. that is such an awesome idea.
    shoot. Ill take a random pom for sucha cute card!

  18. I'm so envious of you American gals who get these Anthro catalogues! I have a friend visiting the States in a few weeks and she's under orders to grab me some... I'd love to make cards and envelopes out of them like yours, they're gorgeous!!
    Congrats on graduating! I love your announcement too.

  19. Oh I love these! How creative and original. Congratulations on graduating too :) I believe I already told you that.. but it's still such an exciting event!


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