Where the envelope is the art and the art is the envelope.  Identify as such with a DO NOT OPEN, CONTENTS NOT ENCLOSED, or other such warning...

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Lovely work by Anne.

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Envelopes or postcards

Started by Pam McVay Jun 25. 0 Replies

Please add me.  This is how I started doing mail art years ago.  Just envelopes.  No insides.  Or just postcards.  Pretty much the same idea.  Thanks.  Pam McVayContinue

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Comment by Samantha Price 12 hours ago
wonderful 'lope robin! & great "matchy- match" w/the stamps!
Comment by Anne 12 hours ago

Two great envelopes today. What a lovely way to bring a smile to a face so far away:) Thank you Jean and Robin. I have a severe case of wanderlust so mail may not go out until October but maybe sooner if I can make it happen!!:)

Comment by Gerda Osteneck on Wednesday

Thanks Robin Jeree! I tend to work in batches. Not surprising after years in photo-finishing... Millions of images.

I don't draw so fabric, collage and altered photos are my go to media. 

Comment by Robin Jeree on Wednesday

Hi Maggie, welcome!

Comment by Robin Jeree on Wednesday

Gerda, these envelopes are amazing!

Comment by Maggie Mize on Wednesday

I enjoyed this type of mailart in 2001 and would like to continue it now! Looking forward to sending new artful envelopes out into the world!

Comment by Gerda Osteneck on Tuesday

This looks like a fun group. I make envelopes out of papers I've made or fabric dyed in the yard. Collage is a long standing passion. I will send some by the end of September, once I clear the work table of other obligations. 

Cheers Gerda Osteneck

Comment by P. John Pachtass on September 8, 2019 at 4:50pm

Please add me. Beginner. Did this before I knew it was a thing! Looking forward!


P. John

Comment by Carmela Rizzuto on September 8, 2019 at 1:22am

The stamp in the right corner of Rizzuto's envelope, smells like fruit--it's a scratch & sniff stamp! I couldn't resist making it part of the design.

Comment by Jean Jackson on September 6, 2019 at 10:54pm

Something sweet from Camela Rizzuto.


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