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Saturday
Jul062013

Mail Art Envelope Tutorial...

Hello!

Looking for a quick and easy way to make a mail art envelope?  Look no further than this tutorial where I show a simple way to convert an envelope into a work of art!  Want to learn more?  Check out my You've Got Mail...Art! workshop HERE!

Have a  blessed day!

Roben-Marie

Gather Supplies: Glue stick, 6" x 9" envelope, vintage ledger paper, scissors, black pen, sewing machine and collage elements (I printed some of my digital art bits created in collaboration with Samantha Kira Harding -- available HERE).

Fold a piece of ledger paper around envelope.

Using a glue stick, adhere paper to the envelope.

I used a brayer to smooth out any bubbles.

Glue a piece of ledger paper to envelope flap.

Trim excess paper from the edge of the flap.

Adhere collage pieces to one side of the envelope.  I printed these from my digital kits (Beauty) Art Bits #1 and (Rainbow) Arts Bits #2.

Doodle around art bits with a black pen.

Adhere art bits to front, creating areas for the addresses. These pieces were printed from my digital kit Art Bits #1.

Stitch around the edge of the envelope.

 

Check out these handmade mail art pieces available in my Etsy Shop!

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