The idea is to mark each envelope with "open when..." and then write what the person receiving the gift should be feeling at the time they open the envelope.
I only made a couple envelopes although there are many other options
-open when you need money: I put $5 in it (because even $5 can help sometimes)
-open when you need a laugh: I put a funny picture of us in it (to remind her of all our fun times together)
-open when you need chocolate: I put a hershey's bar in it (because chocolate always helps)
-open when you're angry: I put a picture of Ann Hathaway with a "punch here" sign on her face (because sometimes punching Ann Hathaway in the face makes you feel better)
-open when you're happy: I filled it with confetti (sometimes being happy calls for a celebration and every celebration calls for confetti)
-open when you aren't feeling anything in particular: I put a chap stick in it (because why not... I always need chap stick)
-open when you're lonely: I put a picture of myself in it saying to call me (talking to a friend can help)
-open when you miss home/your family: I put a picture of our family in it and wrote that we miss her just as much as she misses us
Sealing the envelopes with a pretty ribbon helps present a beautiful package.
This part is definitely not needed but I had free time and decided to draw on the flap of the envelope to add a pretty effect.
Its an easy and unique gift to give and the person receiving the gift will love the personal effort.