April is National Letter Writing Month, so in honor of that Deb and I decided to create a card honoring snail mail. I love this idea. As card makers, we all still love and respect the idea of actually sending happy mail to the people we love.
I wanted to keep my card simple so I stamped the image and sentiment from The Unity Stamp Company's Sending My Love stamp set onto some white 110lb cardstock in Memento tuxedo black ink and colored the image using my Copic markers. I stamped one of the envelopes from the same stamp set, colored it, fussy cut it out, cut a slit in the mailbox, and adhered it directly to the card panel. I added some white gel pen to the images and then adhered the whole panel to the A2 white card base.
I was out running around doing errands today, so I popped into the Starbucks at our local Target and got myself a very tasty almond milk cold brew latte! Now, be sure to pop on over to Deb's blog to see how she was inspired.
Love this card !! That mailbox is perfect and love what you did with the letter !!
What a great sentiment on your pretty card!
Love this card Celeste. Funny thing is, I just found a stamp I have of a mailbox like this. Had it yesterday. Lost it today. But, when I find it, you have inspired me to make a card like yours. Thanks!
What a pretty little mailbox! This is such a sweet CAS card!
So cute with the pink mailbox.
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