All Die Cut Christmas Card featuring Spellbinders’ Letter Box
I love Spellbinders’ new die set, Letterbox! These used to be common in the rural areas where I live but there are fewer now that community mailboxes are becoming the norm. BUT, every once in while, I spot a letterbox that has been ‘dressed up’. We all know who lives in that house … a fellow crafter! This card pays homage to all those who take the time to decorate their letterboxes to bring a smile to our faces!
A panel of Bristol Smooth card stock, 3 1/2” by 8 /2”, was ink blended with Tumbled Glass, shaded Lilac and Spun Sugar. To create the foreground, grey, lilac and ivory card stock were die cut and paper pieces using Colorblock Landscape. The Letterbox was die cut from white and black card stock with accents of gold. The post was also cut from foam and stacked. The Letterbox is super easy to assemble. The background and letterbox were spattered with slightly watered down white gouache.
Additonal elements were die cut from:
Stitched Joy - JOY was cut from some leftover card stock foiled with Plaid Tidings Background and foam. The letters were stacked.
Parcel and Post Christmas Decorations - Dark green was used for the branches and the berries from soft pink card stock. The foliage was spattered.
Parcel and Post Mailbox - The letters were cut cut from ivory, pink and gold.
Jasmine - The pink flowers were finished off with gold stamens and a couple of gold leaves.
Because the letterbox post was foam backed, foam squares were added to the mailbox when it was adhered to the card. The letter box was decorated with the foliage and flowers. A couple foam squares were placed near the bottom of the letterbox flap to prop it open and the letters were arranged spilling out off the box. Pink Opalescent Color Essentials Sequins were added and the confetti and the berries on the branch were finished off with Nuvo Crystal Drops Morning Dew.
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