I receive a lot of amazing things in my mailbox almost daily. I thought it would be nice to feature some beautiful mail art here and there.
This lovely envelope was sent to me my Adrienne in Canada. She found me through my blog and decided to send me a postcard. I upped the ante and sent a letter in return.
My favorite thing about this envelope is the overlay of text on the image of Frankenstein bride. I wish I knew how she did it! It’s awesome. She also matched the spooky theme of the envelope with some Halloween stamps.
Adrienne also has a blog dedicated to her collage adventures, Tough City Writer. You should definitely check it out! She does some pretty amazing collages, as you can see by the paper she collaged to write the letter. She kept the spooky theme throughout the letter with the skeleton stamp and washi tape.
6 thoughts on “Mail Artist Spotlight: Adrienne M”
wow, Adrienne made a fantastic envelope! I’m curious as to how she put the text on top of the picture, too. I know there are transfer markers for that sort of thing, but they’re a bit of work.
Isn’t it great!? It seems like the picture with the text was printed out, so I’m wondering if she did something magical in Photoshop. I will have to ask her.
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I love Adrienne’s art work — and I’m sure she will tell you how she did the transfer — she told me!
Aha! You are going to keep it a secret!? 🙂 I will definitely have to ask her. It looks SO perfect.
I love the spooky stamps! (and all things Halloween).
Yessss! I wish the USPS would do Halloween stamps. Gimme some skeletons, please.