February 11, 2014

You've Got Mail!... by PINQUETTE Jessie

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Hi Everyone!
It's Pinquette Jessie. I can't believe that is it already almost Valentine's Day!
 I am rushing around trying to get project done. I found these adorable little
mailboxes and I knew that I wanted to create some valentines out of these.

So here is my first attempt.

I took the mailbox and covered it in some adorable paper and then I think the felt heart from the Discount Hut @ Pinque Peacock. Make sure you check it out. Lots of amazing deals in there.

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Here is the other side of the mailbox. I kept it simple and put a Little Debbie in it for a treat.

Hope you enjoyed it and Have a Great Valentine's Day.

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Thank you PINQUETTE Jessie, You did
an AWESOME job... your mailbox is too cute, great idea!!!
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Julie Odil said...

Super cute, and I love the "mail" you put inside!

Donna K said...

I love those little mailboxes, Jessie…such a fun Valentine! Oh…I like little debbies too!

scrapbookingforfun said...

This is so stinkin cute!!!!!

Kimberly Pate | KP Kre8tions said...

I love your little mailbox. I have done a few of these myself but with using vinyl. Love the treat inside, the flower on the flag, and that awesome detailed heart.


Rebecca Daniels said...

WoWA. That's an awesome project….i just love 3D stuff!

Marji Franklin said...

This is great! Beautiful

AJ Scrapbooking and Cards said...

Lovely mailbox. I love that large flower and felt heart.

Heather Flaherty said...

Love this mailbox and the felt heart, great job