I’m so glad you loved this mail art feature, I love a pretty envelope, not every one I send out looks this fancy but I always try to add something!This month I am going to show you how to create a beautiful ink blended envelope to make this card we made last time, if you missed that video click here to watch it….
I actually gave this card to a friend as she loved it so much, I made the envelope using an envelope punch but today I used a regular sized envelope to send one of you some happy mail…
Maymay Made It provided me with some product to create this project. The opinions I share are solely my own.
It took me a few goes to work out how best to re-create this effect on an envelope but I think it was worth it, I love the result and I hope Shelly enjoys it too! Let’s take a look at the tutorial…
I really hope you are all going to try some mail art, a full supply list is below (affiliate links used where possible at no cost to you);
Finally I have some more close up shots, I love all he texture in this envelope and it was hard to let it go, but I will be making more!
Thanks so much for joining me today, I am loving this new mail art feature, we are over half way through my Maymay Made It term but I think we will keep this going in some form as its so much fun creating on something other than a card! Join me tomorrow for an LDRS feature with alcohol inks and some of their new releases!
P.S. The address labels I was telling you about are form Paper Source and these are my holiday ones…