One of the things I miss about living in an apartment is — surprisingly — paying the rent! Every month presented a new mail art challenge that I was happy to take on, and I found out later that my landlord loved receiving the mail art as much as I enjoyed making it. In this blog post, you can take a peek at all of the “rent check envelopes” that I sent in 2016!
The only disadvantage to making this stunning holiday envelope art? The design on the outside may upstage the envelope’s contents! Any recipient will be so pleased to receive such a festive and elegant piece, and you’ll enjoy creating it.
Nothing says “autumn” like pumpkins, warm-colored leaves, and curly vines! In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create autumn-inspired envelope art that incorporates all of those things. Nervous that your artistic skills aren’t up to the task? If so, there’s a free printable that will prove to be very helpful!
Mail art doesn’t have to be intricate to make an impression! In today’s tutorial, you’ll learn how to make a colorful, eye-catching envelope that only takes a few minutes to put together.
If you’re looking for a fresh envelope art concept to try, you’ll appreciate this botanical frame tutorial! It will help you to hone your watercolor skills, and the end result is beautiful and vibrant.
This is an approachable mail art concept that will only take you a few minutes to make thanks to the printable template included in the post! While I used watercolors, you can modify the concept to suit your favorite colorful medium.