Get your printer warmed up! Today, I’ve got a roundup of the top 8 most popular free mail art printables on the TPK website. My favorite is #4 (with #2 — the Block Printed Mail Art Template — coming in at a close second)! Which one is your favorite?
Christmas is coming up, but rest assured that you’ve still got some time to send out holiday mail art and enjoy making holiday-themed projects! In today’s tutorial, I’ll show you how to draw three simple snowflakes that will add festive fun to whatever you’re working on this holiday season!
If you’ve ever tried to address a neat and orderly envelope, you’ve probably noticed what a pain it is to draw pencil guidelines! Today, we’ll talk about the Studio Oudizo acrylic envelope lettering template. It’s a tool that could potentially make your life a whole lot easier when it comes to planning envelope address layouts!
If you have even a passing interest in writing letters, you’ll enjoy the new version of The Letter Writer’s Complete Resource. I’ve upgraded it to include a pleasing aesthetic, quality information, and gorgeous printables to take your mail art game to the next level!
Today’s tutorial doesn’t require any special tools besides watercolor, a pencil, and a black pen. What it does require is a little bit of time and patience! If you have an hour or so, give this birthday card and envelope pair a try. You’ll absolutely love the artistic results!
If you have a scanner, a printer, and some creativity flowing, then you can create your own printable mail art envelopes! Making printable mail art will save you time when you want to send out something cool and original. In this post, you’ll find a free blank envelope template plus another freebie surprise!