Friday, November 9, 2012

Envelopes - part 3

Sam's envelopes for the October swap took the slow boat from England and didn't arrive until long after I'd mailed out everyone's goodies.
Luckily, many of you had sent along extra envelopes, so I was able to put together a nice selection for Sam.  

Here are her envelopes:
 Some of you generous swappers will receive one of these in your duct tape journal envelope.

And speaking of duct tape journals...
The first batch went out Tuesday the 6th, and another batch went out Thursday the 8th.
The remaining journals will be on their way by Saturday the 10th.
Watch your mailboxes!

So while we're here talking about envelopes, I have to say this group has made my mailbox so much more colorful.
You guys send your stuff in the most wonderful, amazing envelopes!
I re-purpose them as much as possible; either re-using the envelope to send something out, or cutting it up as collage fodder.  Sometimes I forget to take pictures, but here are some fun envelopes that have come through my hands in the past few weeks:
 
from Terrie:

from Mandy:

 from Dori:

from Tammy:

from Lee:

another from Tammy:

 another from Lee:

from Sherry:

 from Carroll:

from Ungala:
 

and I got a letter from Anna in this cool fabric envelope, complete with decorative stitching.


Fun, fun, fun!

4 comments:

  1. Mandy Fariello aka FarStarrNovember 9, 2012 at 5:47 PM

    ...and they didn't even cancel my stamps! Score!

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  2. I love these mailing envelopes that you posted. It got the brain cells working overtime on some ideas for future mailing envelopes. I thought I had read and seen it all, but since I have been swapping here, I realize that I have only seen the tip of the iceberg. Thanks for all the great ideas.

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