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
I am back today to share with you some Halloween projects that I made using a bunch of dies and card-making supplies from KatScrappiness.Com.
October has always been my favorite time of the year to start my crafting for Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas. With the days getting shorter, I want to keep myself busy and create hand-made projects to give as gifts.
The first vellum LED tea light card with the skeleton was actually made a few days ago, as I wanted to display it on top of my mantle with the rest of my Halloween D.I.Y.’s.
The second card is my favorite. When I first saw this Cheery Lynn Designs Witch’s skirt die at KatScrappiness, I immediately thought of this design for a card. I thought it is pretty hilarious!
For the sake of time, I am going to keep this blog post short and show you the process video for the Witch’s Skirt/Cauldron Card and the cute Frankie Pillow Treat Box.
I hope you like the projects. Have an amazing day!
Materials you will need:
Drawer – card stock cut at 4 7/8 by 4 7/8 (score at 1 inch on all four sides)
Wrap – card stock cut at 8 ½ by 3 (on the 8 ½ side, score at 1 inch, 4, 5 and 8)
Easel – Card stock cut at 6 by 3 (on the 6 inches side, score at 1 ½ inches and 3)
Tag Card stock cut at 3 by 3 ¼ (or if you’d like it to cover the top of the box, just cut the card stock at 3 by 3).
NOTE: THE DESIGNER SERIES PAPER THAT YOU WILL NEED TO USE TO DECORATE YOUR BOX IS JUST 1/8 OF AN INCH SHORTER THAN YOUR CARDSTOCK ON ALL FOUR SIDES.
I hope you found this tutorial helpful and easy to follow. Happy Crafting!
A fun project (and really easy) using a couple of punches and your card stock. Make these boxes for Christmas.