Happy Mail

Hello! Lauren here again sharing a cheery way to use dies included with the new Mailbox die set to create an adorable card sure to brighten someone’s day. This card is a perfect way to celebrate Spring!

I started out by with an A2 sized white cardstock panel. I then ink blended Squeezed Lemonade Distress Oxide ink onto the panel starting from the outside going inwards creating a circular shape. Darker around the borders then fading moving toward the middle. I left an open area in the center to spotlight the scene I would put there. I then die cut the panel using a rectangle stitched die from my stash.

I die cut the elements for my scene using the bird, branch. leaves and mail dies included in the Mailbox die set. I also used the Happy word die from the Easter Embellishments die set. Then I started to build my scene on the card panel I created. Once I had it the way I wanted, I adhered them onto the panel.

With my center scene created, I adhered my words above and below the scene. I also die cut a few extra hearts from the mail word die and added them to my scene. Then, I adhered the panel onto an A2 (4.25×5.5) sized white card base.

Finding different ways to use the die set I own is so fun and really gives more bang for my investment! I hope this inspires you to try using your die sets in different ways. Thanks for visiting.

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Mailbox by Lori Whitlock

Easter Embellishments by Lori Whitlock

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