Jul 29, 2017

Snail Mail For You!

Hi crafty friends!
Stacey back with you today to share a card that I created using some fabulous dies and stamps that can be found in the Dies R Us Store

I'm making it my mission to be better about sending more happy mail starting in August. In order to do that, I need to build up my stock a little. lol! 

I started by pulling out some dies that I thought would be perfect for the card I had in mind. They were the Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside Borders and Lawn Fawn Happy Mail dies. I die cut all my pieces and started assembling. 

Here is a look at the completed card:

The mailbox was so super easy to put together! I decided to put a greeting along the edge of one of the hillside borders and heat emboss it in white. The greeting and the cute little snail came from the Lawn Fawn Gleeful Gardens stamp set. Once my card was finished, it still didn't look finished to me so I decided to add some fun Lawn Fawn Puffy Cloud Borders to the top of my card to complete my little scene that I created. Adorable!

Here is a quick peek (with links) at the products that I used on my card that can be found in the Dies R Us Store.

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Thanks so much for stopping by today!
I hope you have a great crafty day!


  1. This is fabulous,love the scene you have created....love the cute snail.xxx

  2. OMG what a fun and happy creation! Sure to bring a smile!!

  3. Snail mail is still the most fun to receive and this one is super cute too.

  4. Oh my, this is so cute! That little snail and mailbox are both just darling!

  5. Fantastic card, Stacey! Wow, the hillside and cloud dies are very versatile.

  6. cute, cute, cute! Lawn Fawn is just so cute! you did a great job with the dies!



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