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Sweets For My Sweet!



Happy Valentine's Day everyone! Last week I made a little folder card for my boys for Valentines and mentioned that I would be making them something else. Well, managed to put something together very quickly yesterday which they have probably demolished by now!


A little while ago, Alex kindly sent me two of these cute mailboxes and it wasn't until last week when I saw her submission on Stamp Something that I knew what I wanted to do with mine.








The second one is a bit more "pinky" so have given that to Sam as being the youngest he wouldn't mind so much - just interested in what's inside! I've filled them up with bags of jelly hearts and marshmallow hearts.






Both images and sentiment are from Elzybells and coloured with Promarkers with doodling around the edges. They've been matted onto Bazzill c.s. I've absolutely no idea who makes the papers as I've had them for a few years now. Used sticky ribbons, Papermania sticky gems and some ribbon from my stash.

Hope to be able to post something else later, time allowing, and must also apologise for not visiting your blogs but still experiencing the same boring ongoing problems! Will try and catch up tomorrow evening once the boys are in bed.



Comments

Jose said…
Jo, they are fabulous, just love the image you have chosen, and I bet the boys will love them and the contents :)
Jose xx
Annie said…
oh Jo they are just fabby! love the papers and the cute beats. But I need to find some of those heart sweeties - I'm making notes for my son's wedding and these would be great for little favours - nobody likes the sugared almonds!
hugs, annie x
Glitter Monkey said…
Hi hun - these are just STUNNING!! Your lovely boys will be just over the moon with them. Love these new Valentine Elzybells stamps too - there are some great sentiments in the collection and this is one of my favourites. Just fabby. Big hugs to you babes. Lol Lynn x
Jilli said…
Jo, these are fabby! Love em! I wouldn't mind knowing where u got those hearts from too! mwah Jillix
Natalie said…
Jo these are brilliant. I love them. x
Sam said…
These are brilliant. Do you know where the boxes come from? If your boys are like mine then as you say the contents will be long gone!
Sam x
Donalda said…
These are just gorgeous dear. I am sure they loved them dear
Sarah said…
These are just adorable Jo!! I'm sure the boys loved them, especially with the goodies inside! I love those Elzybells bears and the papers are fab too!!Do you know if these mailboxes are only available in the US?
Hope you're okay.
xx :0)
nessy said…
fabulous jo ~just love these boxes ~ sure the boys will love them!!
tried commenting earlier but your blog was down!!!???
hugs to you all
vanessa xx
Michelle Ramsay said…
What stunning little boxes and I am sue the recipients are going to love what is inside!!
Debi said…
Jo, these are stunning!! Beautiful colors and embellishing! Awesome job!!!!
Zoe said…
Wow these are great!
Marcea said…
gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous, what a wonderful project!
-x-
What a very precious and fun treat gift!! I 'm sure they just loved them!! :) TFS
~Denise Lynn~ said…
These are both fabulous Jo! No wonder they are showcased on Elizabeth's blog. Well done!

You can get these in the States at Target for $1!
Kari said…
Super cute mail boxes!! Great job on all of them!!

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