Are you looking for some last-minute gift ideas for Valentine’s Day? Look no further. Here’s an easy and fun Valentine’s Mailbox Treat Holder idea! You can find these mailboxes at a craft store, or go to your local Target at the Dollar spot section. I have altered my mailbox, using the beautiful Color Washed 12 x 12 Paper Pad by Paper House Productions. You guys are all going to love this paper pad. The pad comes with a sticker sheet that contains alphabet stickers, and other ephemeras.
I love making 3D projects for Valentine’s Day, especially making treat holders for my family and friends. Valentine’s Day is always a special day at my house. When my kids were a lot younger, I would surprise them by decorating the table with hearts, candles, confetti, and flowers! I would also leave the little treat bags on top of their plates so that before they eat breakfast and go to school, they already have their treats with them. It made their day. It doesn’t matter how big or small the presents were but they were always happy to get a few treats to celebrate the day. We also made treats for their friends!
Here are the photos of my finished project:
I have a process video for you today to show you how I altered this inexpensive mailbox that I found from Target. It is super fast and easy, and it doesn’t require decoupaging. I hope you like it. The supplies I used are listed and linked below. Have a wonderful day!
SUPPLIES: Color Washed 12 x 12 Paper Pad, Xyron Creative Station Lite, Mailbox
Good morning my crafty peeps! I am back today to share a (very easy) Back-To-School project, using my all-time favorite Mega Tape Adhesive Tape Runner and my Creative Station Lite with a Double-Side Laminate by Xyron.
When my kids were younger, I used to include lunch box “love notes” in my children’s lunch boxes, with some treats. I wanted them to feel that they are loved and special. They also told me that it always cheered them up when they were having a bad day at school and they always look forward to opening their lunch boxes. Just a warning though, this made some other kids in their class super jealous and started asking their mommies why they didn’t have cute notes and special treats in their lunch boxes! Haha! Needless to say, I was requested by the “non-crafty” mommies to make some lunchbox notes for their child!
I started out by stamping my images using my new favorite stamping platform by Tim Holtz. Since these images will go in lunch boxes, there is no need to take so much time with shading and such to color them in. I die-cut my images with the coordinating dies.
I already have some business-card size card stock in my stash so all I had to do was adhere my images to the card stock using my Xyron Mega Adhesive Tape Runner.
I stamped my sentiments with some stamps that I already have from my stash. You don’t have to use stamps for your sentiments. You can also write your own messages. I think it will actually be more special if you did! I used my Creative Station Lite with the Double-sided Laminate to laminate my notes. This will protect your lunch box notes from the moisture inside the lunch box; plus you can totally reuse them over and over again!
Here’s what they all look like when laminated:
This project will also be perfect for your little kids if they want to make their own notes to give to their classmates. Aren’t they adorable? I hope you like my back-to-school project today. Have an amazing day!
Hello my crafty friends! I am so excited to share with you today’s post because the Xyron design team is teaming up with DCWV. My project today is an inspirational Tag/Mini Album, using stamps from my stash, showcasing this beautiful paper pack by DCWV called “Meet Me in Paris”. A huge “thank you” to DCWV and Xyron for all of the amazing products we got to play with. They are extremely beautiful!
Here are the supplies I got to play with.
I started out by die-cutting my tags using the beautiful paper packs and a tag die by Kat Scrappiness. I distressed the tags with my distress ink using my sponge to make the tags look a little more vintage. I also used my Xyron mega tape runner to adhere both tags to make it a little more sturdy.
For my tag below, I used an Eiffel tower die from my stash that I die-cut in gold. I then used my Xyron Creative Station Lite to adhere the die-cut on my first tag. I did the same process for all of my tags.
Here are the photos of the individual tags. The first one is a shaker tag:
Here’s a photo of all of the tags. I really love how it turned out:
Here’s what the tag mini album look like with the binder clip. I also embellished the album with a gold tassel and a silver key.
I hope you got inspired today and like my project. If you are interested to purchase DCWV paper packs, they are available online at http://www.joann.com.