Monday, 10 May 2021

Sealed With A Fish

 Good morning and a very happy Monday. Today I'm over at the Lost Coast Portal To Creativity with my project for our mail art challenge.

I started making a background on my gelli plate as I was making my own envelope by...

Using one of these! Who a) remembers them, and b) still has one somewhere! So I now have an envelope shape.

Next came the stamping. Do you like my nice blue text? My printer won't print in black at the moment, but luckily this is a nice shade of blue. I've put some washi tape around the sides to give it an airmail feel. 
I couldn't resist sealing it with a fish!

These are the stamps that I've used. They are all by Lost Coast.
Antique Text Border - don't worry, yours will come in one piece, I chopped mine down to make it easier to use. Don't tell Linda!

I hope you like my envelope, and you have until 14th to join in with our challenge for the chance to win some Lost Coast dollars.
Take care and have a very happy day x


  1. Love your fun envelops, and sealed with a fish is genius! Have a great week, hugs, Valerie

  2. That looks like such a nifty piece of kit, I only remember those purple plastic ones...

    Love your mail art and the blue type suits the airmail look of the envelope really well. The sealed with a fish is such a brilliant idea! Hope you have a good week. Hugs, Anne xxx

  3. Hi Sue, I so love these characters and the sealed with a fish is just a perfect touch. Have a lovely creative week. Hugs, Angela xXx

  4. I just love this envelope, so fun and full of great stamps, and clever ideas... Thank you for the inspiration Sue, as I'm in a Mail Art mood too at the moment! Lol.
    I hope you are enjoying this week, hugs Coco xx

  5. Hahaha ...
    Sealed with a fish, brilliant :)

    Hope your week has gone well.
    It's Friday tomorrow! Eek!

    Take care

    All the best Jan


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