Introducing Our Envelope Liners by the Sheet

Like the pocket square or the cherry on top, an envelope liner is the exquisite detail that ties one’s stationery set together. It is the first hint of the specialness that is to come. We thought it was about time, though, that the envelope liner was the chocolate ice cream.

But enough metaphors. Introducing a carefully curated collection of some of our favorite envelope liners in all of their full-sheet glory. Inspired by the idea that they would be used for everything from scrapbooking to gift wrapping to interior decorating, we selected five liners from the Crane & Co. archives that we thought offered something for every taste and style:
Crane & Co. gold and green gift wrap

 

  • Fiorenza in the Spring Time Liner

How does your Italian garden grow? With elegant blooms of blue and blush flecked with gold. Our vintage Rossi envelope liner paper may be made in Italy, but we’re sure you’ll find beautiful ways to make it all your own.

Crane & Co. floral gold, blue and green envelope liner sheets

 

  • Twilight at the Palazzo Liner

It’s the thought that counts. But we like to think some thoughts are especially lovely, as is the case with exquisite paper patterned in soft green and stunning gold with specked with sweet flora.
Crane & Co. green birds envelope liner sheets

 

  • Berries & Birds Liner

Crafted by fine Japanese papier Midori, this verdant and fauna-fabulous paper is a brilliant touch to both the fingertips and to the perfect extra-special gift or design project.
Crane & Co. gold and green fleur de lis envelope liner sheets

 

  • Fleurs Truly Liner

Classically charming, a simple fleur-de-lis pattern is made stunning with pops of gold dotting a gingko-hued backdrop on this liner, specially selected from our archives for your most splendid gift wrapping and decorating endeavors.
map gift wrap

 

  • Old World Charm Liner

Channel your inner explorer and add a bit of cartography charm to your gift wrap or décor collection with our papers boasting vintage maps as inspiration. Telescope and compass not included.

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