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shabby loves chic: DIY glassine envelopes & free printable
12 Oct 2012 ... There are lots of tutorials out there on making your own envelopes so I thought I
would take a stab at making my own glassine ones and ...

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Glassine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Glassine envelope. Glassine is a very thin and smooth paper that is air and water
resistant. It is translucent unless dyes are added to color it or make it opaque.

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