Fiesta Collection and Taco Envelope Seals

I love the idea of a Fiesta party with all the bright colors and of course the most delicious food! Seriously, tacos and guacamole are LIFE! Why not plan a fun theme party to help beat the summer heat using this collection?

Do you feel as inspired as I do to have a party when you look at these images of a piñata, margarita, maracas, taco, sombrero, chilis, cactus, and peppers!? Most of the paper piece design has a single cut-out alternative design. In total there are 17 Fiesta inspired designs.

I used these designs to quick whip up some envelope seals and they turned out so cute! All you need is 15 minutes, a printer, and some sticker paper and you can make your own!

If you are unsure how to Print and Cut here is a Print and Cut tutorial for InVue software or here is a Print and Cut tutorial you can use with any machine and software. Once you know how to print and cut you will use it ALL. THE. TIME!

There are a lot of different ways to make the seals. I made few different options but ultimately liked the small circles. Below I have included the page of stickers that I made in various sizes – some in circles and some shaped. You can pick your favorites and duplicate them to make a whole sheet.

If you are not a Craft Room member and are purchasing the collection, the envelope seals file will be included in your download along with all 17 files shown here in three formats: AI, SVG, and WPC.

Sticker paper

**Note: On the Envelope Seals file you will see a black box around the designs, this is useful for non-InVue users using the Print and Cut method but for InVue users you can either delete or ignore it**

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Amanda Vander Woude




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