Today, we’re putting on our flapper dresses and bringing our gold watercolor to life to create an art deco-inspired birthday card! You’ll need to get a little cozy with a ruler to make it, but the glamorous result is well worth the trouble!
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use a few common art supplies to make “juicy” lettering that pops! Feel free to modify the supply list to accommodate the items that you have available to you.
In today’s article, we’re going to talk about the little guys and gals! I’ll discuss why it’s a good idea to send mail to the kids in your life, how to make an engaging envelope, and what to put inside that envelope. I included several inspiration photos in this post, but if you have your own kid-friendly envelope art pictures, I’d love to see them on Instagram! Just tag me at @thepostmansknock. 🙂
Who says you need a dip pen for breathtaking mail art? Today, I’ll show you how to use a regular pen to make an awesome Talavera Mexican tile mail art motif that will catch the eye of all who come across it!
Elegant, playful, exotic, and creative: this watercolor mail art embraces all of these adjectives! It’s the perfect project for when you want to spend a few relaxing minutes making something cool for a lucky recipient.
Today, I’m going to show you how to create what may very well be my favorite envelope art design. 🙂 If you’re intimidated, don’t be! All you need are some tracing skills and a smidge of patience. Are you ready? Let’s get started!