One way I like to embellish envelopes is to use sticky notes as address labels. Now, obviously, one can’t just stick it on there, it will come off in the mail long before it safely arrives at one’s recipient! What I do is squeeze a little Elmer’s Glue-All ® on a scrap piece of paper than apply a thin layer to the back of the note with a cotton swab. I’ve heard some people use glue sticks to apply paper embellishments to envelopes, so that may work, too, but I haven’t really tried it yet, and with it being the address, I hate to take any chances! Well, enough explanations, on to a couple examples:
This one you can’t see too well with blurring out the address, but it went with a sunflower card, so I thought it was a great way to customize the envelope. The stamp was one of the “Nature of America” stamp series, miss that series, it was really pretty and unique!
This one looked like it had stitching around the edge, so I thought it went well with this paper that looked like material (I actually made the envelope, too. Probably the first I made).
The name “Smiles Sent Saturday” denotes my hope these things I mailed made the people who got them smile.
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