Next, score along the long sides at 1/4 inch, both sides. Turn and score at 1.75, 2, 4.25 and 4.5 inches. The short end is the end that gets folded up toward the front to form the pocket; cut the 1/4 flaps on both sides of the scor, on both sides of the paper, up to the 1/4 scor line that runs the long end of your paper. I sure hope that makes sense!
I used some hemp string from the jewelry department at Ms to tie up the packages. The 'thanks' is from the Base Camp Cricut cartridge; I altered that a bit in CDS, removing one of the holes. Then I stamped a piece of cardstock with a stamp. And I stamped the cut out "thanks" with the same stamp and glued to the cardstock. I thought that would look nice having both of them stamped with "thank you" and on the "thanks" cut out. Then I inked the edges with Tim Holtz's walnut stain. It's strung through and held in place with the same hemp string.
I knew I wanted flowers on top; running out of time to make these, thankfully I remembered that I have dozens of paper roses I made last year in a photo box. Pulled them out, spritzed with Glimmer Mist Cherry Limeade (old formula), embossed some green paper with my Cuttlebug, and cut out hearts for the leaves. A 3D glue dot keeps the rose and leaves in place. Oh! and what a great way to get rid of and use paper I don't want anymore! :-)