Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Mini Mailboxes

The following projects are plastic mini mailboxes which were found at Target's Dollar Spot. Some Target locations still carry these in stock. The last two mailboxes pictured in this post were made and given to me by a talented friend.


Designed and Created by Michelle Hoffman
Stamp set: Holidays & Wishes
Paper: Berry Bliss Designer Series Paper, Chocolate Chip, Purely Pomegranate card stock
Ink: Rose Red Classic Ink

Accessories: Mini mailbox, ribbon, scissors, 1/8" circle punch, 1/2” circle punch, 3/16” corner rounder punch, 5 petal flower punch, Pretties kit, sticky strip, SNAIL adhesive, paper cutter, ruler, pencil
*Please note that we will be duplicating this mailbox at my stamp class next Wednesday (February 6). Be sure to sign up for the class if you are interested :)


Designed and Created by Michelle Hoffman
Stamp set: Fabulous Flowers
Paper: Cutie Pie Designer Series Paper, Rose Red, Wild Wasabi, So Saffron card stock
Ink: Rose Red Classic Ink

Accessories: Mini mailbox, ribbon, scissors, scallop circle punch, 1" circle punch, 1/2” circle punch, chunky glitter, 2-way glue pen, Stampin' Dimensionals, sticky strip, SNAIL adhesive, paper cutter, ruler, pencil

Designed and Created by Alicia TW
Paper: Loves Me Designer Series Paper
Accessories: Mini mailbox, grosgrain ribbon- chocolate and rose, narrow organdy- white, scissors, 1/2” circle punch, sticky strip, glue dots, paper cutter



Designed and Created by Alicia TW
Stamp set: Beyond the Basics, Greetings Galore, Word by Word
Paper: Whisper White Card Stock
Ink: Real Red and Basic Black Classic ink, Stampin’ Write markers- black, red

Accessories: Mini mailbox, ribbon- red, white, black grosgrain and black & white gingham and wide black organdy, eyelets, 1/2” circle punch, sticky strip, scissors, paper cutter

2 comments:

TotallyAddinktive said...

I love these Mailboxes ... soooo cute and love the way you've decorated them. Thanks for sharing the tutorial!

Nancy Ward said...

Hi!

Today I posted an entry on my blog with a link to this tutorial.

Would you let me know if that's OK?

Thanks,

Nancy Ward
http://paperfriendly.blogspot.com