Use a black Sharpie marker to draw droplet shapes on junk mail flyers. Cut out the droplets, making sure to cut outside the black outline. Arrange and glue the droplets on a sheet of paper in an interesting, random pattern.
Recycled Catalog Pages into Envelopes I save my Anthropologie, Free People and various other catalogs because I find the photos beautiful and inspiring. Instead of having ripped pages filling binders, I get the same effect from cutting and folding them into envelopes. I use a plastic envelope template I purchased at Michael's years ago, but you can use any envelope you have around. Just trace, cut, fold and glue up the sides. I use masking tape as a label to write the recipient's address on. I also tape the flap shut with masking tape and write on my return address. Everyone loves receiving a little piece of artwork in the mail!