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  1. When addressing an envelope for the post, do you dare use regular fountain pen ink? I worry that even limited rain or snow exposure from a trip through the mail delivery service might obscure the address. Do you active letter writers go ahead and risk it, cover this area with a strip of clear package tape, or address the envelop with a ball point just to be safe?
  2. Eoghan2009

    Upcycled Envelopes

    Having started making envelopes from catalogue pages (thanks Jenny)I came across this rack of A6 envelopes in an upmarket art gallery. Made from old books and with double sided tape to seal them a set of 5 was £4!
  3. Does anyone know of a brand of envelope that doesn't skimp on the glue in some way? I've been stuck with #10 and #6-3/4 envelopes that have a 1/2" strip of glue along the edge of the flap, but there are big gaps in the strips. I just now went to Office Depot for some more #10 envelopes. On the website these were said to be "fully gummed", but this time around the glue is only 1/4" wide. So, tomorrow I'll be taking this box back. Can I get some recommendations for decent quality envelopes that don't skimp on glue?
  4. I live in the Twin Cities MN area and need to get some new envelopes. I'm currently using generic business envelopes which really suck with fountain pens at least the ones I have lol. I've had real good luck finding smaller envelopes since there seems to be more out there, however, the selection of No. 10 sizes seems to be smaller. I know I can order some online through most of the pen sites since some of those sites have good paper selections. Anyone in the Twin Cities have any suggestions? also, would love to hear in general envelope brands people like. I'm open to go to target, walmart
  5. Hello all, I often print postage labels for small packages from the US Postal Service website and as I was perusing the area where you can purchase stamps, I came upon this very nice-looking souvenir sheet called "Classics Forever". It's a sheet of six stamps commemorating US postage and "in appreciation of stamp collectors and philatelists everywhere". They feature Washington, Franklin and Lincoln in various styles as based on postage from the mid-19th century. They are very handsome stamps. The mediocre cellphone pics just don't do them justice. What really strikes me is that they
  6. Curious what Fountain Pen friendly envelopes fellow pensters use when writing their pen-pals. Tell the rest of us what envelope you use, why and where you get them and what they cost. If possible, post links and pictures of the envelopes, but unused and perhaps with writing on them. Looking forward to seeing what others use when writing their pen pals and where they get them.
  7. I wasn't super happy with any of the free envelope templates I could find online, so I made some of my own. These are all USPS legal (not too small, not too square) and can be made from US Letter or 6x9 sheets. There is a template for making a US standard A-6 envelope which will fit half folded A5, 6x9, 5.5x8.5, and other similar size writing tablet sheets, and will also fit quarter folded A4 and US Letter sheets. Other standard sized envelopes are 6-Bar (same size as A-6 but "Baronial" style, ie triangular flaps/diagonal seams), and an A-1 (the smallest USPS legal envelope) template which ca





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