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Eine schöne Idee: Google Maps zum Briefumschlagbasteln benutzen.

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Good morning Google Plus. #Craftidea for today- if you want creative envelopes, go to #Google Maps, map the route from your letter to the other person's mailbox. Print them up, fold them into 8 by 11 envelopes (or smaller if you are sending #holiday cards).

Edit/Clarification I am getting a lot of confused comments on the directional thing, with people asking, 'what do you do if the person lives west of you?' Use the zoom feature to manipulate the map so the return address is on the back. The postal service has no problem with this. In fact, for formal wedding invitations, it's quite customary to put the return address on the back.

Name labels: Names can done on a sticky label you print out from your computer. Or, if you don't want to bother with printing white labels, use a black sharpie and write the address. This is a very "do it how you want to" project.

This image seen here: http://www.yankodesign.com/2010/03/30/google-envelopes-beta-of-course/ There are many different versions of this, however. Create and post your own. You could do a holiday border for Xmas cards.

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