I’m back!

Can you believe it?

Told ya, I’ve been getting crafty again! It’s been months since I was able to get 3 post days in a ROW when it wasn’t a relase 😀 Stress drives my creativity, so I can usually get an unusual amount of stuff done when I DO get some time 😀 I really hope to be posting more often, especially once my mom is done treatment.

For today my focus is on happy thoughts, and wishes. Sometimes when you can be somewhere you can at least SEND some of that happiness through the mail 😀

One thing that people LOVE is getting HAPPY MAIL! I always TRY to keep some “just because” cards on hand, for times when someone needs a pick me up. I will be honest and say I am the WORST at mailing them, but my intentions are pure 😀 hahahaha Its ridiculous that I’m so terrible mailing cards/gifts because I DO go to the post office daily to ship orders-so no good excuses.

Anyway……Happy  mail….that was the main reason for creating the You’ve Got Mail set with the coordinating templates You’ve Got Mail & Happy Mail.

So with the introduction of the You’ve Got Mail Digital Stamp set, it made me want to get it inky again 😀

So here is what I made…

From my house to your house.

I LOVE the mailbox in the set, and the fact you can make it fit any occasion by switching out your center image. There are lots of fun layers to this, and it can be colored by hand, or if you don’t like coloring, there are solid layers for you to use-which is what I did here.

I love the colors in this: Kraft, White, Chocolate, Celery, Red, and Regal Rose. I could use them over and over again. I had some polka dot ribbon, that I used my Copic markers to color, to match 😀

I love the little solid house image in this set, so I used to to create my own patterned paper. I think smaller images are so fun when used in that way 😀

I cut out the little envelopes too, to add to the design. Overall this was quick cute and simple. Just how I like it.

Well tomorrow kicks off our first peeks of our February Release. I have been creating like crazy, as had the team, so I hope you’ll come back to see what’s next.