78 thoughts on “Card & Mail Art – Art Impressions Happy Mailbox Cubbies

  1. Yes! Please do a video on the 1, 2, 3 punch board vs the envelope board. I don’t have either, and have been wondering which to get!

  2. Sooooooo cute!! I love how the dies cut the mailbox openings so you can tuck little envelopes and hearts in there. ❤️

  3. I love, love, love your envelope art and watching your hand lettering. This is such a cute stamp and die set. And your card as always is also amazing.

  4. Do you ever decorate the inside of your cards? After doing so much to my card fronts the inside always kind of looks plain and empty. If you have ideas that might make a good video tutorial.

  5. Lovely. Love the stamp. Your lettering is so unusual and perfect. I wish I could print so neatly. I just can't get out if the habit of curly. Lol

  6. Omg I lost it when you put the envelopes inside the mini mailboxes like AHHHH IT'S SO CUTE xD

    Great job! You're amazing!

  7. This is one of the cutest videos that I've seen. I just love holding the video and just looking at your work.
    Thank you for sharing your work.

  8. The card and envelope turned out fantastic…I like the mailbox stamp and dies…you did a great job with the coloring and the recipient is going to be thrill receiving this great envelope.

  9. You make it look so easy and fast. I painted you pumpkin envelope and it took me all day and I think I used every craft supply I owned! Thanks for the inspiration. Mail art is my favorite

  10. Your tutorials on designing the outside of the envelopes ✉️ is absolutely awesome! I enjoyed it so much that time didn’t matter to me! ❤️

  11. What an amazing mail project! 😍😍😍I love your envelope, so beautiful with the watercoloring, the mailboxes stamp and your handwriting! Also the card is so beautiful and cute with all these mini envelops and presents and the small bird all around the mailboxes! I love this project!❤❤❤❤❤🤗🤗🤗📬📮📫

  12. This is one of those projects that just grabs me and says" YOU need to try this one ! I love the stamp set .. LOVE what YOU did with it .. ! Additionally I always appreciate it when watercolor is used since that is the medium I work in. … So.. If I may.. a couple of things.. Paper makes such a huge difference in how water colors "behave" .. So many factors go into each mfgs "recipe(s)" and it varies not only from one mfg to another , but within a company depending on the "grade" student vs artist quality … etc .. The fact that your watercolor didn't move as easily on the hot press vs the cold press… has less to do with the hot or cold pressing, as to do with the sizing used. The amounts of internal as well as external sizing will greatly affect the painting process. A heavily sized paper will allow the watercolor to move across the surface more easily than one with less sizing for example. Each has it's benefits and drawbacks.. it just depends on what you are trying to achieve. After many years of working in this medium I have learned to always do a test with new papers ( ones I am not familiar with ) as there is typically a learning curve with each one. Next .. the watercolors on paper … the little squares .. These can be made with any watercolor paints .. simply by laying down a layer of paint from the tube, on sturdy card stock .. letting it dry .. You can make a small, compact paint palette to take out and about for painting on location when carrying a large volume of supplies would be cumbersome….. Let's say on a hike .. or bird watching for example .. ok.. I'm done.. LOL … Again… I absolutely LOVE this project .. Have been loving your channel and all your wonderful inspiration since I first found your channel a couple of years ago. Always enjoy your videos and learn something as well.. thanks for the time and effort you put into making these wonderful videos .. : ]

  13. Kristina I have a favor to ask and only if you have time!! my friend's Gram is turning 95 on the 21st, she has asked that all of her FB friends send her Gram a birthday card and is trying to reach at least 95 ( for her age of course) . If you have time I would really appreciate it if you could send her one of your cards. I of course have mailed mine out all ready!!!

    Louise Hollister
    C/O Amy Wiktor
    40 Beartown Rd
    Port Crane, NY 13833

  14. Wow, Wow, Wow what a project..It's a masterpiece, anyone would be honored to recieve such a gift…How long did this take you ??? Fingers crossed… pick me !!!

  15. Hi Kristina, love your artwork. All your envelope designs and colourings are amazing. We learn from your videos and it has helped us improve a lot… Keep posting videos for us…. Btw you have a sweet voice… Cheers from India.

  16. Me encanta, que chulo esta esos sellitos y troquel,espero ser tan buena algun dia como tu,felicidades y muchas gracias por compartir.

  17. You do a lot of designs for the outside the card. Do you have any ideas for how to do the inside of a card ?? Like how should we write our sentiments on the inside. How do we add borders. Etc.

  18. What an awesome envelope and card. I can see why it took so long Kristina but you are right, it was so worth it. The little envelopes coming out of the mailboxes on the card are just adorable.

  19. Love it. Just an FYI, when changing the way you address the envelope there may be extra postage. Found this out when I mailed from PO . I'm sure it was explained to me then but I've forgotten the reasoning. Thanks for sharing.

  20. So glad you did this project as I just wouldn’t be able to make it myself. Wow. But it was fun seeing the process and it was a beautiful end product.

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