You’ve Got Mail!

October 23, 2017 0 Comments

Hi, Dare 2B Artzy Fans!  It’s Melody, and I think I might be dating myself with today’s title, but there’s nothing outdated about the new Mailbox Gift Card Holder Die from D2BA!

The wonderful thing about this mailbox is that it is large enough to accommodate a gift card!  With Christmas getting closer, I think I am going to be making several of these cards!

The coordinating stamp set, You’ve Got Mail, makes this mailbox applicable to every season.

For today’s card, I decorated the mailbox with stamps from the Poinsettia Tangle Stamp Set which I die cut with the Poinsettia Die.  The mailbox was created using the  Winter Plaid Paper which has this beautiful snowflake pattern on one side with  a gorgeous plaid on the other side.

I am sure you will find all kinds of ways to use this mailbox!  If you create any cards or gift holders with this fun set, please post them to Instagram using the hashtag #dare2bartzy.

Hope you have a great Monday, and thanks so much for stopping by!

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