Digi Envelope

This is an envelope created from digi art offered here. After editing out some of the image using Silhouette software and erase function, I printing on the recommended HP Laser paper After sponging three shades of orange from ink pads, I used my faux calligraphy for recipients then added bg with leaves ef. Added gold with brayer loaded with acrylic paint.

Envelope art is fairly new to me, as is developing my calligraphy skills. The beginner course at TPK, where the free digi came from, has been a blast. Enjoyed it so much I am now in the course of Improve Your Handwriting.

Thanks for sharing your time with me, now I am sharing this with:

Can You Handle the Pressure: Black & Orange

Sweet Stampin: Not a Birthday Card

Colorful Options: Outrageous Orange

11 thoughts on “Digi Envelope”

  1. Thanks for sharing the link for his free envelope art digi and for the info on caligraphy. Glad you are enjoying your course and love your art envelope.

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  2. What a beautiful envelope and your calligraphy looks great. It’s really cool how you were able to edit it and give it your own touch. That’s an interesting website and I’ll enjoy looking at it in more detail later. I’ve always enjoyed watching Kristina Werner create envelope art. It really gives a special touch for any occasion.

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  3. 🧡🧡🧡 this! I am a big fan of envelope art and your envelope is precious. Love all the layers and attention to detail. Thank you for sharing at the Colorful Options Challenge. Good luck! Cheers, Makira

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  4. What fabulous envelope art! This is perfect for our challenge at Sweet Stampin’. Thanks for joining in our ‘Anything But A Birthday Card’ challenge, so glad you joined in the fun with us. Hugs, Wends xoxo Sweet Stampin’ DT

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