Updated: 2019-09-10 Views: 159
We recently needed a sturdy envelope to carry some papers in our big satchel. Hmmm. What to use？ FedEx envelopes are made of Tyvek but they have all that terrible writing on them. NOT.children's decorative pillows
What would happen if we turned one inside out so it became plain white， and then crumpled it to turn it more fabric-like？
(After all， Tyvek is a very coolpersonalized new baby gifts， strong material. We’；ve used an？Issy Miyake？Tyvek tote？for YEARS and it’；s only gotten more beautiful with age. As has our shower curtain from Grain Design.
So we tried it…；
FedEx envelopes are free and we have a number of them stashed in our office…；
We turned it inside out…；
Then laid it flat， pulled off the tap that covers its sticky closure and folded the tab over to make a sturdier edge…；
Then we balled up the envelope a number of times to crumple the heck out of it…；(some beautiful sculpture， eh？)…；
When we flattened it out， we had a well neutral， no-logos envelope to carry our notes…；.
Since Tyvek is writable， we could easily have embellished it…；
Note： Tyvek is？100% High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE)， one of the most commonly recycled plastics and is PVC free.
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