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**please note, this post contains affiliate links** Hello everyone! It has been a good little while since my last envelope art post, and I have quite the collection of photos stored up for y’…
Sylvia Pelekane saved to Mail art
These three are all nice examples of flowery designs. Rachael has a nice partial border to anchor her flowers and foliage. Robert went with the always-works layout of something growing in the lower le
Auntie Jante saved to Cards envelopes
From KathleenH It is April 1, 2020 - I am lining up a bunch of posts - but not in the mood to write the blurbs. Plus, we are in the thick of the pandemic and every day things change. So, if things settle down, I might be able to replace this with some fun words. Otherwise -- just enjoy the envelope(s) of the day. This is another one that is so pretty I can't imagine why I did not have words to go with it when I was scheduling posts. Maybe it's because I get so many pretty envelopes and I was…
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Paninidhi Pathak saved to 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…
First time exchanger Rivkah. She might have exchanged twice. I don't keep a log of exchangers - although I get curious about the numbers. This one is intriguing and it would be fun to do some variations. The pattern with the little dashed lines isn't exactly footsteps in the snow. But, the whole pathway suggestion is very nice.
Noelle Carter saved to Journals
Super stealworthy from Sam. Notice the lettering inspiration from the stamp. My name in script. The rest in block lettering.
Fi Ona saved to LetterLove
Hello! Before we get into this blog post, I just wanted to share some exciting news, that I'm on one of my favourite podcasts - Tea and Tattle - this week! We are talking all about letter-writing and slow-living and all kinds of other lovely things. It would make me feel so good if you popped on ove
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Nancy Carpenter saved to Watercolour