A few reasons why the Mail Art bug bit me - You can layer on your favorite stickers, die cuts, and collage images - then stamp a few of your favorite rubber stamps on the front and back of the envelope. I usually use A2 or A7 envelopes and most always include circle shapes in my mail art as I love circle punches! When I have time I make my envelopes from our collage sheets, old book pages, and maps. Making envelopes for your mail art is really easy - carefully open up an envelope that is the size that you want, lightly trace around the envelope and cut it out. For a step by step tutorial here is a link to our website that teaches you how to make Antique Mail Art: Learn how to Make Antique Mail Art
Here are some ideas of what to put inside your Mail Art Envelopes - die cuts, stickers, tags are always a good idea, folded collage sheets, small charms, glassine envelopes, chip board shapes, and while you are at it buy some fun postage stamps and include them in your happy mail, so make some one happy and send a surprise happy mail this week!