Today’s mail art tutorial has three benefits: first, you’ll learn how to use a dip pen and ink to draw. The technique is simple, and utilizing it will help you to build an illustration foundation that you can keep adding to! Second, after completing the tutorial, you’ll be rewarded with a unique piece of mail art that anyone will appreciate. Finally, this article concludes with a free printable mail art template for days when you would like to make mail art but simply don’t have the time. Enjoy!
In a mail art rut? The artistic envelope collection showcased in this blog post will inspire you to dazzle someone’s mailbox!
You know that calligraphy is fun to make — but you may not have realized how useful it can be! In this post, we’ll discuss seven practical utilizations of this versatile art.
When time is at a premium but you still want to create a striking piece of mail art, look to one of these three tutorials! Each one comes together in just about ten minutes — though your recipient would never guess that. 🙂
This post is geared toward Americans and our funny postal system, but people from around the world can benefit from the mail art inspiration photos! Today, you’ll learn how to boost your chances of successful mail art delivery, crack the mystery of postal rates, and find encouragement to think outside of the box with your envelope designs.
Today’s post features a very special guest freebie created by artist Katharine Watson! You’re just a print, a cut, and a glue away from a whimsical and artistic envelope.