As promised here are the absolutely gorgeous and creative mail art envelopes that I received via the Elevated Envelope Exchange. As you'll see there are a wide variety of styles and designs. There was no set theme, just a chance to be creative. I'm posting them in the order I received them.
This first envelope is from Marilenn in California. She decided to do an "ode to spring" envelope and as you can see it's filled with beautiful pressed, dried flowers. The envelope is clear and the flowers are glued down to the card with my address.
The back is a little peek of the goodies to come once the envelope is opened . . .
Marilenn's envelope was filled with many cool treats--loose dried flowers, colorful tiny envelopes, little tags and stickers, which I am sure will come in very handy in future mail art endeavors.
Next up is an envelope which makes me wish I could draw more than sad little stick figures. This elevated envelope is from Cindy in Washington. I love how she coordinated her use of materials and the design. I'm not sure what sort of paper it is, but it looks a bit like the kind of paper used for paper bags, which works well with the stamp that is part of the Go Green series.