February 9, 2010

Whooooo's Having a Birthday???? and ANOTHER GIVEAWAY!!!

**for details on the giveaway, they are at the bottom of this post**

Is it you??? :)

I know a few people celebrating this week - and I must say, they're all pretty darn special!

I'm here with one more project from My Time Made Easy.  I went simple and clean, monochromatic, and am quite pleased with my results.  I needed packaging for a necklace and earring set I picked up for a friend.  I thought the You've Got Mail template would be a nice touch -- when you pull open the front of the mailbox, there it is!

Here's the view from the front:
I used the stamp set Critters With Heart.  These little animals really are SO cute.  My friend has a collection of owls, so really, this image and sentiment is PERFECT!

The base of my template uses some cardstock from Couture Cardstock, called Silent Night.  The front and side panels are the fabulous Ga Ga for Gingham paper by Kristin, also in silent night.  Of course, in retrospect, I wish I had made my paper double sided...*sigh*.  Not sure what I was thinking there.

Anywhoo -- *giggle* here is the mailbox open, so you can see the very "sparkalay" necklace and earrings. Doesn't it just sit in there so nicely??
Now here's one more photo, to try and get the top - I used some silver tinsel ribbon to make a larger bow to place on top, and placed some flower die cuts from Flutters and Flowers on top - secured with a filagree brad from SU!.  I kept it simple, and it went together quite quickly and easily.

Now -- for the details on the giveaway -- Lauren has generously put up for grabs $100 in Gift Certificates to My Time Made Easy!  Yes, $100!!!  But you have to do a little work for it -- here are the rules:

Today is the last day of peeks from the February My Time Made Easy ™ LLC Release!
We are giving away the chance to receive two $50 Gift Certificates to the My Time Made Easy ™ LLC store.
 
In order to qualify you have to do the following:
 
* Visit each design team members blog to view their project.
* Leave each member a comment about what you liked best about one of their release projects from the week.
 
By commenting here, you are agreeing to play along, and comment on everyone's post, in order to qualify for the giveaway.

The winner will be drawn via www.random.org.
 
The winning name will be crossed checked for comments on all design team members posts. If the winning person did not complete the round of commenting, then another number will be drawn, and cross checked.
 
Winner will be announced Friday February 12th.

So - go on, and get commenting - you have to be in it to win it!!
Thanks for stopping by today -- make it a great one!

 
Supplies:
Stamps: Critters with Heart (My TIme Made Easy)
Ink: Memento Black, Not Quite Navy
Paper: Silent Night CS (Couture Cardstock), Silent Night Ginghan, whisper white
Accessories: Copics, Silver tinsel ribbon (PTI), SU! filagree brads

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gr8day2no said...

I really liked the rich blue color you used and I didn't even think to use this template for a gift box. I for some reason thought of it as more for candy.....I don't know why?? Anyway, THANKS for getting my head out of the fog to see the possibilities for this template!!

Karen B said...

I loved when you chose to use clear acetate for your mailbox project...just so we could see which chocolate was inside.

Riet said...

Ohhh wowww Tracey,what beautiful.

Hugs Riet.x

Susie said...

This is so adorable. I love the dp you used. A wonderful gift for anyone.

sweetpz said...

So cute! i like the colors you used for the mailbox!

Barb said...

What a cute idea for sending your necklace and earings..I think your mail box is a gift itself.

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Anonymous said...

What a great job, and great idea. Loved the way you put the owl on....I'm a big fan of owls...

Mary Juckett

Olenka said...

OOH how the blue is so enriching!!! It does fit so perfectly in there! Beautiful work!

Diane Schultz said...

This blue color combo is just sooo stunning. WOW, I love it! I just loooove it. I will surely have to make one of these. Thanks for sharing.
Diane Schultz
Sumter, SC

Pat said...

Great gift box idea!

mommyabbytommy said...

Super cute!! Love the rich blue color, it changes the whole feel!!

erinallport said...

I LOVE love LOVE the blue and white color choice together! And the flower on the top is just beautiful! thanks for sharing!

Maureen Merritt said...

I love the colors and fun project you made today...wish it was my birthday ;)

Julie E said...

What a great idea! Another wonderful way to use this template. Thanks for showing how it opens and I really like the color combo on this one!

Ekip2 said...

Beautiful project today. Thanks for showing the blue - I love that shade and now I gotta get that digi paper pack! Lets see - one favorite of the week - thats hard - cuz they are so cute - but I would say the acetate door so the goodness inside peeks out.

Wendy said...

whow another great inspiration piece thanks for sharing all your creativity with us

Cheryl said...

Just a beautiful job on your box. I love that you matched the packaging to go with the color of the necklace and earrings inside. That cute little oven packaging is very versatile.

Heike said...

Wow, this is so cute. Love the colors and Details....

Hugs
Heike

Anonymous said...

Love how you used the mailbox template for a jewelry box. The blue gigham paper is gorgeous!
Barb E.

Jo said...

I loved, loved, loved your Ipod card! It is just perfect for my DH's valentine card. thanks for the great idea!

Suzanne Milam said...

Great box...love the blue color you used. I am amazed at what all you all came up with for this little box. That is a neat idea to use it for a gift box for jewelry.

Jo said...

Gorgeous box, i am falling more in love with this template with every blog - it is stunning as a jewelery gift box and the colours you have used are so rich and fabulous!

Laurel said...

You had me at gingham! I just love gingham. And then the cute mailbox template to boot! Perfect, Perfect, Perfect. Gimme! :)

Heidi said...

Tracey- I love the colors you chose on this one and how it opens, but I must say your acetate one is adorable. I look at it and think about a childs reaction to it and it would be so fun! Kudos on that one too. I would love to enter the contest but will be on vacation till the 15th so can't check back until then.... so hold my prize (wink!).

Kim Burmeister said...

This is the cutest box I have seen to give someone jewelry. Wow! So pretty!

Cheryl said...

I have to admit that I am partial to the little owl. How sweet what you did with this template.
Cheryl Sims

Angelina said...

Now that's a fancy snail mail gift! cute.

Jacki Randolph said...

Love the striking blue for your mailbox! Love how you show how the template can be used as a gift box.

angela purdy said...

I love blue and especially the blue gingham. Thanks for sharing your creativitiy.

Michelle Lauffer said...

What a creative way to gift something! Good choice of colors!

Amanda said...

There is only one project for me today!! It has to be the iPhone .... as I am sitting hear listening to the music on my brand new iPhone. Very very clever... I love it!! ( both your card version and the real thing!!)

Jackie H said...

Great colors and a nice surprise. I really love your creation. Everyone has really out done themselves on this tour! Thanks for creating and sharing with us all.

Denise ~ Paper Ponderings said...

I adore the clear mailbox that has kisses in it. How clever! And so, so cute!

Tina said...

Jeepers, this is so cool. I love it in the darker colors. Perfect!

Tamrah T. said...

Makin' me want (strike that..."need") to get that LOVING HEART digital paper and make some cards!

Amanda said...

What a wonderful way to present the gift of jewelry. I don't think I would have thought of it, but now I'll be sure to use it.

Isabel Z said...

While I love all of your fabulous creations my favorite is this owl mailbox. I love the attention to detail and the color that you used. Too too cute!

craftingmanda said...

this is stunning, i love the little gift you have placed inside and the colour is gorgeous

Pattyjo said...

The mail box is gorgeous! I think you are giving two Birthday gifts to your friend. One is the necklace, but the box is a gift all by itself!
Great gift!
Pattyjo

lennie said...

I love how the color cooridnates with the jewelry inside. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing your talent.

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Rebecca said...

Love those critters! Nice job on the template.

lorraine00 said...

I was going to say your awesome phone card, but then I saw your you've got mail box with the sparklies inside! I must say the colors of the jewelry and the box are perfectly matched! Beautiful!

Maria Levine said...

What a fabulous blue, I love it! That box is so perfect for the neckalce, so when will it arrive? (hee hee LOL)

Fabulous job Tracey!

Kelly said...

So cute. Great job on your mailbox.

Tammy Murphy said...

Oh my gosh~ I would love to be your friend receiving that cute blue and white checked mailbox with the beautiful jewelry set! LOVE IT! You have a very creative way of displaying it~

KAY LONG said...

Again, I am a huge gingham fan so I would have to say that is what caught my eye first. Thank your for sharing your projects.

Christine said...

OOOOOOOHHHHHH!!!!!! I love the colors and I love owls!! I've been debating if I should get this set in digi or acrylic and now I know. I also am going to get the GAGA paper too!!! Love your project!!

Teresa H. said...

Oh my! How stinking cute is this!?! I love that owl and I'm sure your friend will love her gift! Very pretty!

Margie said...

What a perfect gift box! I love the silver and blue!

deesdesigns said...

You are an inspiration - what a great way to use the mailbox template! Love how versatile this template is, tfs!!!

MrsETaylor said...

I love this project. The colors are great. But my favorite release sneak that you've done has to be your "Happy Mail" project. Now that was super stinkin' sweet!!!!

Becky Handforth said...

I really like your color choice and the flower and ribbon on top. Very pretty.

MyKoko said...

Love all the colors you used. Made the mailbox stand out. Thanks for sharing.

Sassy Scrapin' said...

I love the colors you used! Great gift too!

Good Kardma by Jules said...

Very cute! Love the flowers and the gingham DP.

Eisbärin said...

Oh, I like your colour choice, it makes the box look so different! And that little owl is really cute!

annheidel said...

This template looks great in a combo of blue gingham and blue solid cardstock. So cute!

Diane Jaquay said...

Ooooh, this is so so CUTE!!! Love the gingham (I must buy this one!), and the cute little owl!

Anonymous said...

Love the colors! Perfect gift box! Thanks for the inspiration.

marvely@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

great color combo - this mailbox sure seems versatile on what you put in it.

Evelyn Runge

Stephanie J said...

Perfect for a little jewelry gift box! I love how you matched the box colours to the jewelry colours, and that silver tinsel bow is just awesome!

bonnie said...

Oh how this jewellery set fits so beautifully in that amazing template of Lauren's...love it, thank you for the inspiration into it's possibilities and thank you for sharing such gorgeous creations with us! :) Bonnie x

Gail Johnson said...

I love the stamp set that you used. I've just got to get my hands on that!

Selma said...

This is such a cute project. I have some jewelry to give as a present and this cute packaging will be perfect. I'm off to order the paper and template.

Mrs B said...

Oh, I would really like to recieve your gift! So darn cute and love the gift inside! Thank you for sharing!
CindyB

Charlene said...

Never would have guessed this was the mailbox template! Love the gingham. Who wouldn't just be so blessed to get a lovely gift in a custom made box?

Joanne M said...

What a great way to package jewelery! I love this project. Cute - Cute - Cute

Angy said...

Beautiful, the blue and silver together are so rich and elegant. I love how you had a necklace in there instead of candy. We all love candy but what a nice surprise to see a different gift than what we were expecting.

Davi said...

Such great bold color and the flowers and the cute owl are just perfect!!

Anonymous said...

Love your take on You've got Mail templete - the ideas are just running through my head - wish I was not at work! : )

Toni

Crafty Engineering said...

Love the mailbox! Beauitful way to give someone some jewelry!

craftsbygloria said...

Waht a great idea to use it as box for a special gift, not just candy.. Gives me ideas.
Thanks,
Gloria
craftsbygloria@comcast.net

Kathy said...

i have seen so many wonderful ideas on this mailbox template. Yours is no exception! Love what you have done with it. The only problem I will have is how will I decorate mine? And will I give it away or keep it for myself. Thanks for sharing.

Lesley517 said...

Love the color that you used for your mailbox. Super cute!

Anonymous said...

I have to say the color on this one is great. So deep, and paired nicly with the white,/silver bow flower. Very cute

Natasha D.

Traci said...

I love the blue theme - blue cardstock, blue gingham, blue jewelry gift set! This is gorgeous! Thank you for sharing!

StampDancer said...

Tracey, this is such a wonderful birthday present. And I like the use of the owl and Monochromatic blue theme.

Marisa said...

Love the gingham and the little flowers across the top. Darling project.

Dorothy said...

I love the colors you chose...I LOVE the rich blue with the white and silver accents. Very cute gift box!

rudie2shoes said...

OOh, I love the little surprise inside your project. No one would know that was in there. :)

Patty Chalas said...

Love that blue and the owl!!!!!

what a wonderful gift!!

lisa808 said...

Awesome mailbox. Love the color and the gift inside!

Cathy said...

Love it :)

Shawna said...

This is so cute --- love the blue and white! And that little owl!

Monika/Buzsy said...

What a great mail box! Can I have it pleaes... with the gorgeous jewelery?! :o) Also love your photo! Very cever! TFS!

Anonymous said...

What a lovely gift presentation.

Summer

Carrie O said...

This is such a cute template love the colors you used.

Kim said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE the blue!! That is just so cute as you have packaged it. Love the gingham paper. I am really going to have purchase the papers. Thanks for sharing your awesome project.

Peggy said...

Love the sweet mailbox. This was very nice packaging for your gift. God bless!

Tammy said...

I love the colors. It's so great to see all the ideas and how this mailbox can be done so many different ways.

Sylvia said...

What a beautiful combination of colours! You are one truly talented lady!

ubeestampin said...

I just love this mailbox and your color combinations. Thanks for the ideas. I follow your blog and can't wait to see your next project.

Pam said...

Love this as a gift box! What an inspiration!

Linda said...

The gingham is really cute. I don't use it very often and maybe I need to :)

CardShark said...

What a cute little box. The colors go perfect with the gift you put inside. Love it!

Farida Rone said...

Great project. Love the way you present it. Thanks for sharing

ScrapPerfections! said...

I enjoyed your blog posts this week. You have a great eye for color. My favorite I'd have to say is the Welcome Baby mailbox. Again, unique color choices that 'pop' with originality.
~Carli

Q! said...

I love that you used darker blues! I love it when people do something different than everyone else!

Marie said...

I love how you used the Argyle stamp set on the white, black and red card. There is beauty in simplicity.

Jeanette (Forest Ranger) said...

Oh how pretty! I love the way you used the owl and the colors are wonderful. Fun project!

Gayle said...

Well, this looks perfect to hold the jewelry you got for your friend. I'm sure she is going to love the packaging as much as the necklace set. Am I your friend????? You could send this to me if you would llke to!!! Thanks so much for your creative work for this blog hop. I have truly enjoyed each one.

Thank you,
Gayle Taylor
gaylememories@sbcglobal.net

Lisa said...

I am loving the dark paper you used. Those owls are just darling. I am really going to have to play with this mailbox. Loving it!!! Great job!

Cindy O'Donnell said...

A beautiful way to give a gift - love the flowers too!

Margaret C said...

What a cute box !

Sherri Piechnik said...

Since blue is my favourite colour, all shades of blue, this is a dead ringer combo for me to try in the future. So pretty. (No I didn't spell anything wrong, I'm from Canada.) LOL

Sharon said...

That blue color is wonderful! And the 'whos having a birthday' is just the cutest! I especially liked how you tucked the present in. wonderful idea! thanks for sharing, sharon

Christine said...

Wow - beautiful colors! what a great idea!

LEIdee Q said...

This is so adorable! I love the blue plaid paper you used!

Cindy B said...

Oh my...I love the blue and white gingham! So cute to puot jewelry inside this adorable box!
Thanks for the inspiration!
Cindy Baker

Tethered2Home said...

The rich colours are stunning. Love how it accents the jewelry.
Amy.

Travel & Living said...

I love the color! Its so cute!!!!thanks for sharing!

Karen said...

The box is so cute. Love how you embellished it. Perfect size for your gift. Thanks for sharing.

Audrey said...

Love the use of the beautiful blue in the mailbox. What a wonderful gift idea.

rochelle rn20990@yahoo.com said...

Wow, what an attention to detail.
Love your colors and choice of stamps. Great job.

Monique said...

Well The I phone was very clever :) lol but my favorite is this fantastic blue Gingham You've got mail template with the cutest little owl on the outside filled with a whole lot of bling,,Gotta like that :)..great job..

Robin said...

Love the deep blue gingham paper! It's so neat and crisp....makes me want to get some "happy mail!"

Stampin' Pam said...

Beautiful Tracey! I love the monochromatic look and the jewelry was a PERFECT addition - great idea - wonderful inspiration. I almost always print my paper double sided now since I love love love the look. Way to rock this final post! Lauren has to be happy with all the maginficent projects.

Anonymous said...

What a lovely BD gift...love the choice of colors you used. Whoever's have a BD is very lucky!

Thanks for sharing your lovely work.

Angela
dylly.fernandez@gmail.com

Kris said...

I liked the color combination and the way to gift the jewelry.

Mandy From Canada said...

I've never seen anyone package up jewelery like this before, it looks so cute.

Jenny said...

Love the templates and your project!

Jenny
crazyforpaper.blogspot.com

Janet S said...

I like monochromatic colors and your mailbox looked great. Hope that jewelry is for me!!

Margaret said...

How beautiful, simple and clean. I love the different things that can be done with this template. Thanks for sharing.

Melanie said...

This is adorable! I am loving that gingham paper and the color is just perfect for your project. Love it!

Stacy said...

LOVE the owl - great project!

Kelli B said...

Beautiful mailbox- I love the navy blue and silver- very classy! Thanks for showing that you can put an earring set in there!

Tina Thayer said...

This is sooo cute!!! Who wouldn't like to get bling in the mail? haha Now that's some great mail!!! I love the colors also!!

Debbie Minter said...

Very clever!

martinloveststamp@yahoo.com said...

Your post is adorable. I love the owl. He just seems so huggable.

Gina Sisco said...

That owl is so adorable. I think that gingham will be so versatile.

Mryia said...

The owl is so cute in blue! I would have never thought of making it that color but it is so cute that way!

Elisa said...

enjoy your blog and great ideas. way too cute

june lanum said...

So hard to choose what I like best but you certainly did hit the gift giving package on the head

carmen said...

LOVE THE COLORS AND HOW YOU PLACE THE GIFE

Maria Villasenor said...

I love blue and white, definite my colours what a beautiful project, tahnks for the inspiration, Maria

Dana Gustafson said...

Oh cute! I love this wonderful surprise package full of sparkley jewelry! That is some happy mailfor sure.

Kathryn B said...

It would be hard to choose just one project Tracey. All of them are perfect I love your cards from yesterday(love the argyle stamp set) Todays mailbox I love the blue and your little owl...it's perfectly cordinated with your jewelry too!

Diana said...

Great way to send jewelry. Cute idea.

stampkjs said...

I loved your use of the acetate. I think it is a great way to display or tease someone with excitement!

Nanette said...

Wow, what a surprise in that mailbox! Nicely done.

Nanette

Nanettesplace@comcast.net

Rosie said...

I love this template! What a wonderful packaging idea for the jewelry. The colors you used were awesome and I love that owl! You ladies rocked this blog hop!

Peg Smith said...

I love the blue checks! Very cute and of course the owl.

Terri said...

All of your projects have been great this release but my favorite was the Iphone! Loved how you used the stamps for the buttons.

Noreen said...

I love the color you chose and the big flower on top. The owl is very cute, too.

Deedoo said...

Love the hoot ! So cute !!!

Gloria Westerman said...

How adorable is this......I love it....and you flowers just adds to the excitment of opening the pretty package....love it..

Sam said...

Great job. I love a little sparkle and I would have to say that my favorite part of your project is the embellishment on top - the flower on top of that clever silver bow.

roz--myboochie@hotmail.com said...

I love the owl--I can not wait to get my stamp set and play with it. I love the deep blue color that really nice with the silver. roz---myboochie@hotmail.com

Karen said...

I loved the blue and white colors you chose for this project but inside...that jewelry...(sigh) GORGEOUS!

willowbird35@yahoo.com

Katherine said...

I really think the owl is my favorite of all the critters in the collection. My daughter and I craft together (she is much more prolific than I am), and we are both in an owl phase. We just love everything owls.

Nancy said...

I like the color combination of the bright blue on the mail box, makes one think of the US Mail colors, great idea.
Nancy

Kim said...

I really like the argyle with flowers on your tag for the mailbox.

Heather said...

Hi Tracey...I love your cards from yesterday...mostly b/c I'm eagerly awaiting my argyle amazement set and love looking at all the projects completed with that set :) Have a great day.

laurensmom22 said...

What a cute project and LOVE the gift. Lucky friend.

Carolyn Sharkas said...

Ahh, what beautiful things are found on your blog. I really loved the mailbox project, love the colors and the detail you put into it. thanks so much for sharing.

Anonymous said...

love the blue plaid. looks very cute.
TFS

Ang@todybran.com

carpediem said...

What a great idea for a gift box! The DT have outdone themselves! laura j

Laura.K said...

Wow. Gorgeous. But that necklace is a real tresure.

Jeni said...

Very cute! I love the owl on the outside & what a great surprise inside.

redstamper7 said...

You have the coolest blog! I love the little owl and your color selection. This template has so many possibilities. Thanks for sharing.

Becky T

Linda Hardesty said...

My favorite color is blue so the gingham draws my attention. Whoever is the recipient of your gift and decorate mailbox is very lucky. I also like the embossed flowers that decorate the box, simple yet just the right added touch.

Vicki Sopcak said...

I like your color scheme and you did a good job with the You've got mail template!!

Sacha said...

I love that you used the mailbox template to hold a necklace and earrings. I never would have thought about doing that but its a great idea and it looks so nice!

Traci said...

Loved the gingham. Nice paper choice. I would have never thought of that, but it's striking.

Traci

Stephanie Smith said...

Like your mailbox, but I have to say my fav thing you created during this release is that darling iphone.

Shelly said...

Love the mailbox & the thinking outside the box :-) for the necklace & earrings! So unique!

Ann said...

What a cute jewellery gift box. I love the gingham it is so clean and fresh looking. TFS Ann Lind

pamcherold said...

cute phrases with all you are doing. Cute title and cute view of comments. Thanks for sharing! Have a great day

pamcherold said...

cute phrases with all you are doing. Cute title and cute view of comments. Thanks for sharing! Have a great day

Carmen (guatelicia on SCS) said...

I love the baby card and mailbox. What a great color combo!

Patrice said...

Wow! Truly beautiful. The navy is very striking!

Anne said...

Your mail box is too cute! It matches your jewelry set so perfectly too! I just know that your friend will be over the moon with it!

Lily Lady said...

Very pretty box and clever idea.
You would never guess that it held jewellery.

Tina said...

I like the owl that you used. Seeing it on your project really made me wanna have this stamp set.

Jane Jeffress Thomas said...

My favorite part of your project are the three flowers.

cantrell6 said...

I love the colors. I tend to use mono colors alot. How cute.

Melody said...

Lovely project. I love your cards as well!

Janea said...

what a great gift. I love the colors you chose. The owl is great it adds the extra touch to the gift. Thanks for your great work.

duckie said...

Oh my goodness, this is adorable! I just love that template AND the patterned paper! This is such a great new way to craft! LOVE IT! Thanksf for the inspiration!!

Kara said...

What a great way to showcase your gift! Great job!!
Kara

Mindy Andreyo said...

Love the colors and the owl! Thank you for the opportunity to win.

Christi said...

OMG this is wonderful!! I love how you put the necklace inside and those gorgeous flowers OMG!! Wonderful job!!!

Kristina said...

What a great way to use this template! I love the flowers and the bold colors.

Chrissie said...

I love the gingham and the darling little owl I am of to buy these lovely little critters

Katy said...

Love the blues and the treat inside!!!

Trina said...

I love blues, especially a rich colour. Great project.

Crisanne said...

I think my favorite project you've made from this release has got to be the iphone! just loved the concept and how you made it!

JoanOttevanger said...

So wonderfull your mailbox love the bright colors.

Sue D said...

I like today's project--the owl is so cute and I like blue gingham.

Scrapping Julie said...

get out of town! LOVE this. that little blue owl is PRECIOUS! WHAT a fun way to present a gift!!

Diana Queen said...

What a wonderful project and a cool idea! I would not have guessed the cute box would open up to contain jewlry! Fun! Thanks for sharing all of your fun projects with us!
:D Diana Queen

Anne T said...

Tracey, I LOVE your iPhone card! So clean and complete:) Your ideas are great!

Penny said...

Hands down it's GOT to be the Ipod!

Jess said...

I love the clear acetate you used on the mailbox earlier this week! Such a great detail!

Dawn Geier said...

I love the way you used this template for a Birthday. Love it!!

Bim HH (UK) said...

A great use of colour with this versatile you’ve got mail template. Love the colour and the stamped owl from the Critters with Heart is my fav so so cute! The sentiment so cool. The necklace and earing set, what a perfect birthday gift…lol. It’s my birthday on the 11th Feb. Hope I win !!!
Thanks for sharing all your creations.

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Tracey, This is such a lovely gift for your friend! I love that big shimmery bow on top & perfect use of the owl image for an owl admirer! :)

Michele Rezewski said...

I love this little mailbox. What a great gift box. Great color choice!! This is stunning.

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