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advice on finishing envelopes please

Started by Annette R. Last reply by Tiffany Bahan Jun 11. 11 Replies

I have only done a couple of envelopes and each time I used just watercolours, tomorrow I am going to do one with some collage on it,  my question is to those who use watercolours, or clue things onto your envelopes to you put anything over the top…Continue

Postcards or Envelopes?

Started by Ruud Janssen. Last reply by Ruud Janssen Jun 9. 8 Replies

What do you like the most? Postcards or envelopes?I myself like both. Only with the current rates, the sending of a postcard costs the same as an envelope. So when I send out a postcard, it costs the same as sending out an envelope with included 3…Continue

Tags: envelopes, postcards


Started by Maria José Silva - Mizé. Last reply by Maria José Silva - Mizé Apr 3. 2 Replies

Qualquer tipo de envelopes e sem tema?Obrigada, se me puder informar.SaudaçõesMizéContinue

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Comment by K.S. Chambers yesterday

From Ruud Janssen:

I always think of Ruud as one of the busiest guys around, so when he has the time to send something my way, I am always pleased. When he takes the time to get out the paints to adorn the envelope, it's extra special. Thanks Rudd!

Comment by K.S. Chambers yesterday

Richard Baudet sent this lovely envelope.

Richard addressed and posted the other side of this envelope, but this, the back panel, was the icing on the cake. This was the first piece Richard has sent me, so I am excited to open it up and see what awaits for the recipient.

Comment by K.S. Chambers yesterday

This one was sent to me by Rebecca Guyver:

Okay, so this envelope is clear and doesn't have much on it other than a stamp [2.15!] and an air mail sticker. However, showing what is inside and the embroidered name on the address label [I love that] provides every bit of eye candy as though it was on the envelope itself.

Comment by K.S. Chambers on Thursday

From Vizma Bruns:

It looks like this came from Japan. Vizma abroad. Fantastic. I really want one of those space kitty stamps . . .

Comment by K.S. Chambers on Thursday

From Mars Tokyo:

Back panel [top] and front panel [bottom]. This is one of two envelopes I received from Mars on the same day [!!!]. As much as I enjoy them both, I'm going to just share this one today because I'm a sucker for robot heads [not so much for Putin heads] . . .

Comment by K.S. Chambers on Thursday

Many fantastic envelopes have been sent my way over the past year and a half [my IUOMA journey thus far] I will have to just start sharing what is recent and go from there . . .

This envelope was sent my way from Piro [R. Rios] . . . Piro always has some great artwork to share.

Comment by Ruud Janssen on Wednesday

well, i did write the envelope. Am now writing letters.....

Comment by Heleen de Vaan on Wednesday

To be (an envelope) or not to be (an envelope)?

Great tiny orange envelope, drawn by Ruud who used a 3D pen. Thank you, Ruud, dank!

Comment by Borderline Grafix on October 18, 2014 at 9:44pm

Nancy Bell Scott

Comment by museumofmailart on October 17, 2014 at 3:01pm

Bruno Cassaglia (Italy)


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