Monday, December 14, 2015

Sending Lots of Love


Have you seen Simon Says Stamp's Die-cember collection?
They came out with exclusive new wafer dies and I received an adorable
mailbox die set to play with called Send My Love.

The mailbox diecut is actually closed, but I opened it up by using a contrasting
card stock color for the inside of the mailbox. All the pieces, including the sentiment,
were cut from scraps of card stock. I grounded the mailbox with a patch of
grassy border, and the two part sentiment is from an older SSS set.


I adhered all of the pieces to a rectangle scalloped panel then mounted onto a
card base with dimensional adhesive. I love how this card turned out!
In hindsight--are those hearts of love escaping even before they were sent?
Hmmmm.........

You'll find this die and many more exclusive designs in the 
Simon Says Stamp store.




11 comments:

  1. This is so pretty Donna, love that new die.

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  2. This die is on my wish list....you did a brilliant job, Donna!

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  3. oh my goodness!! HOW INCREDIBLE!!! I LOVE what you did with this adorable die!!

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  4. So pretty! You can sure be proud of how it turned out. The subtle sponging gives it so much depth. And I love those colors too.

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  5. Very cute card. escaping hearts...no just so much love the mailbox is overflowing.

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  6. I so LOve this card, Donna! Just so sweet...
    =]

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  7. This is just the cutest little scene ever!! Such a sweet card Donna!!

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  8. I wish I had a mailbox like this...so sweet and 'real' (unlike the bank of boxes we currently have!). Plus, it would mean I was living on an acreage *grin*! Another delight!
    Hugs~c

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  9. I 'need' this die...I love the black and gray color palette with the pretty pink hearts! Such a sweet card!

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  10. This is such a sweet card! That die goes on my wishlist!

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  11. Now, I have seen Simon Says Stamp's Die-cember collection all thanks to you! I'm glad I stumbled on your blog. Keep the DIY fever going! I enjoy seeing lots of people blogging and making something creative :)

    - Melanie of fueledbycaffeine.net

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