HomeArticlesMAIL ART – Copic Sunflowers on Yupo Paper MAIL ART – Copic Sunflowers on Yupo Paper By Frank Lundy September 19, 2019 Articles, Blog 49 Comments Tags:#mailartrainbow, arts, brush lettering, card, card making, cardmaking, copic markers, Crafts, diy, drawing with copics, envelope, envelope art, greeting card, handmade, handmade card, handmade cards, homemade, how to, how to make, k werner design, kristina werner, kwernerdesign, lettering, mail art, paper crafting, paper crafts, Stamps, starofmay, sunflower, sunflowers, tutorial Related Posts The Finger Painting Artist: How Iris Scott Made a Career Finger Painting Visual Arts at York University Basic Printing Techniques with Akua Intaglio Inks About Author admin 49 Comments Meagan Walter September 18, 2019 What a beautiful envelope!!!!! Reply Angela Windham September 18, 2019 Love it! Reply Lisa K September 18, 2019 Beautiful envelope! Love those flowers you created. Reply Eileen Moore September 18, 2019 Very pretty! Reply svetlana devic September 18, 2019 LOVE IT!!! Reply Tammy J September 18, 2019 I love it and I love how simple it is and how you make it look so easy. Wish I was Peggy. Thanks for sharing. Reply Mariska Ritfeld September 18, 2019 Beautiful!! I have submitted my address but not sure if you send to Spain 🤔🤔 Reply Viv'sALittleBitCrafty September 18, 2019 How beautiful. Hmm seems everyone but me has heard of Yupo paper lol…going to Google it right now!! Thanks Kristina 🙂 Reply Amanda Panda September 18, 2019 Really cute and unique envelope! 😻 Reply Lisa D. September 18, 2019 So Beautiful Kristina! I cherish MY mail art that you sent to me!!! ; ) Reply kim lee September 18, 2019 BEAUTIFUL. So how does one get an envelope? Seriously you could send a blank piece of paper in an envelope and it would be just as good as getting a card. Love love love your envelopes Reply annette fournier September 18, 2019 That reminds me, I need a t-square. Reply Kevin Bray September 18, 2019 This is amazing! I don't have yupo paper but am gonna try some vellum envelopes!! Reply deelee01 September 18, 2019 I ❤️ that envelope. TFS Reply Sherry Woods September 18, 2019 I love your mail art so much. I’ve love to see you do the other types of flowers. Hmmm – never thought to make an envelope with Yupo. We have lots of glossy and photo paper around….trotting of to see if they will work…. Reply Jackie Brown September 18, 2019 Love this!!!!! Reply Stampinwithaloha Joyce B September 18, 2019 Gorgeous! I wish I was there to watch you do the roses – they are divine! TFS! Reply CouzCat September 18, 2019 Way cool! Reply Sue R September 18, 2019 Beautiful and you made it look so easy. Love your work. Reply Gina Hall September 18, 2019 I LOVE this! Reply Chris Jimeno September 18, 2019 When will I get my own envelope, Kristina? I loooove your mail art vids! Reply Jane September 18, 2019 Gorgeous. Oh how I wish I had your artistic talent. Beautiful autumn inspiration. 🥰 Reply Liz Reeves September 18, 2019 Kristina, your making our days brighter one project at a time. I wonder how many people pass on what they learn from you and how many lives you touch, so beautiful💌 Reply Tiffany Hooks September 18, 2019 I think this might be my favorite envelope you've done. Soooo pretty!!! Reply Michelle fay September 18, 2019 😍😍😍 Reply Summer September 18, 2019 I love mail art. Love daisies, they're one of my favorite flowerers. This card is so BEAUTIFUL. You are an AMAZING artist. Reply Mary K September 18, 2019 Another beauty! Love it! Reply Linda Ruschmeyer September 18, 2019 Beautiful. TFS Reply Ver Blu September 18, 2019 That was amazing to watch! Thanks for sharing this wonderful tutorial! God bless!!! Reply mariaflies September 18, 2019 Love love love your envelopes. Those sunflowers are gorgeous. Reply Gina Pearson September 18, 2019 So creative. Love the paper a lot. Tfs. As always, hugs and love. Reply THEMAYQUEEN1 September 18, 2019 So lovely!! Reply Julie Harp September 18, 2019 So pretty! Reply Pamela B September 18, 2019 I LOVE your mail-art! It is so fun to watch a plain paper turn into a work of art!! Keep up with the Mail-art. My favorite of your videos. Reply Mari Leni Garcia September 18, 2019 So pretty Reply Peganded1 September 18, 2019 Hi Kristina! Imagine my surprise when I saw my name & address on You Tube’s notification of your video!! I ran to my husband and said “Look at this!”. Your envelope is beautiful and what a cool idea to use Yupo paper & alcohol markers. I look forward to receiving this and will treasure it! It’s so nice that you do this to brighten someone’s day in addition to showcasing your amazing talent! Thank you very much!! Reply Maryanne Willequer September 19, 2019 Wow! Awesome! Reply Kara Hop September 19, 2019 BEAUTIFUL! Reply LINDA O'KEEFE September 19, 2019 UNIQUE! You always have the most interesting projects. I would love to hear the mailman's comments! Reply mrscms831 September 19, 2019 Non machinable surcharge stamp? what are those? Reply Pinkrd1 September 19, 2019 Those sunflowers are nice. You did a wonderful job on that envelope. I'm loving these envelopes. Tfs Reply Carolyn Blumhagen September 19, 2019 Sunflowers make me so happy! They’re the best. Beautiful envelope. Reply Madisen Hernandez September 19, 2019 Love these videos!!! So inspiring! As a postage collector I’d really think a postage stamp collection video would be awesome to watch! Reply Cyndie Ross September 19, 2019 Kristina, I love your mail art videos! 🥰 Reply Cathy Bradshaw September 19, 2019 I think I love your mail art the most. Thank you Reply Margie Palmeri September 19, 2019 OMG I love this I need to practice Reply Susan Byers September 19, 2019 Wow. Beautiful Reply B Dot September 19, 2019 Your mail art videos are my favorite. I also really enjoyed listening to you on Amy’s podcast yesterday. Reply Stef Perry September 19, 2019 Totally gorgeous and equally fascinating to see you use Copics on Yupo. Yippee, another medium to play with! Thanks for the revelation and great video Kristina! Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.