If there is anyone that doesn't love getting a letter in the mail, they just might be crazy. I don't know what it is about snail mail, but I still love to get the mail everyday, even if it is just junk mail and bills. I found this mailbox tin in the Dollar Spot at Target (isn't it the best?) and intended to make a mailbox for Valentine's Day. But when I thought about my Slow Movin' stamps from Market Street Stamps, I knew making a Snail Mail box would be perfect!
|The snail stamp and both sentiment stamps are from Market Street Stamps Slow Movin' set.|
|The flag side of the mailbox. I stamped the snail on pink paper and on white paper. I applied clear embossing powder to the shell, heat embossed, and then pieced the snail together.|
|The front of the mailbox.|
|The back and opposite side of the Snail Mail box.|
Stamps (Market Street Stamps)
Pink dimensional flowers (Pebbles)
Paper and stickers (Echo Park, except orange papers from Jillibean Soup)
Baker's twine (The Twinery)
I am entering this altered mailbox in Market Street Stamps January Block Party. If you haven't checked out their stamps yet, you are missing out! They quite possibly have the cutest stamps around!
I'm off to check the mail!