Mail art envelopes

Transform your envelopes into works of art with these creative mail art ideas. Make your mail unforgettable with unique designs and personal touches.
I met Patty in classes last year. Patty had recently retired and finally had time to explore her own interests. She was tricked into filli... Vintage, Scrapbooks, Diy, Decorated Envelopes, Cards & Envelopes, Envelope, Envelopes, Envelope Design, Card Envelopes

I met Patty in classes last year. Patty had recently retired and finally had time to explore her own interests. She was tricked into filling in for someone on maternity leave - so missed the early 2018 classes. But, she did keep up with the exchange. I'm guessing it was an antidote to the exhaustion of returning to work. This one makes me want to visit a cherry blossom festival someday - somewhere...

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Robin W
Doodles, Pen And Paper, Stamp Set, Pen Pal Letters, Envelope Art, Snail Mail Pen Pals, Mail Art Envelopes, Penpal, Pen Pals

I have done moderate amounts of mail art in the past, but recently it has become an art form. I have begun adding it to my snail mail more frequently because the recipients seem to enjoy it so much! I know I would 🙂 (I did another post on mail art using gel pens HERE). (Supplies […]

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Sylvia McCutcheon
Art, Hand Lettering, Kunst, Poster, Lettering, Papier, Art Journal, Handlettering, Letter Art

I like the way the stamp is tucked in and do not recall ever doing that before. I think I said -yesterday- that I did not have a nice sage green marker. I did have this one, but it was too dry for the style I wanted to do. Here is another one. I really like doing these styles - but feel like it's all I do anymore. I wish the Edmands was smaller. And I would overlap the border around the stamp a little differently if I had it to do over. Thank you, Janet, for the idea to outline the stamp. I…

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Dawn Mankowski Peck
Art, Diy, Envelope Art, Marker Art, Floral Doodle, Art Journal Inspiration, Marker Drawing, Projects, Art Journal

Well, it’s day whatever of the quarantine, and I don’t know about you, but Netflix and crossword puzzles are getting a little old. And even though we can be in constant contact with our friends and family thanks to technology, we’re missing out on some of the feeling that comes with being together.

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Abigail Furlong