Thursday, 29 July 2010

Hitting The Right Note Mail Art

Got something a little different for you today, my mojo for cards seems to have taken a bit of a back seat at the moment so I thought I would have a go at some mail art - decorating an envelope.

This mail art is my last DT make as visiting artist for Gingersnap Creations and is for the Colour challenge:

Yellow, Orange and Red

I've used a collection of stamps to make this piece Ippity Bit of Burlap, stamps from the Ippity What Matters Most kit, the hearts from the Ippity Moon Beams and Heart Strings and Layers of Color Joyful Noise available from either Ippity Inspiration or from Make The Day Special.

I had great fun make this mail art, so you might be seeing some more!

Don't forget that you have a few more of days left to win some yummy stamps over at the Make The Day Special Blog.

Have a lovely day

Stamps - Ippity Bit of Burlap; Ippity What Matters Most; Ippity Moon Beams and Heart Strings; Layers of Color Joyful Noise
Inks - VersaFine Onyx black; VersaColor vaious
Other - Envelope; Marvy Le Plume watercolour pens; Doily


  1. What a gorgeous card Kim.

    Hugs Riet.xx

  2. Kim,

    Your mail art is sooooo beautiful and unique!! Lovely, lovely work!

    Saskia :)

  3. Nice job! Do you plan to mail it anywhere to? I wish I could get this nice letter one day))))
    Larisa. xxx

  4. Wow this looks awesome and is such a fab idea. looks amazing
    love tasha xx

  5. Love this Kim, great colours and good design :) xx

  6. WOW this is awesome Kim love your mail art that added post mark is wonderful!! Great and very cool colors and technique!

  7. Your mail art is gorgeous

    Jackie x

  8. fabulous!! Love the hot colours and the gorgeous mix of images! Hugs Juls


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