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Happy Mail

I love mail and this week's DRS Designs challenge is all about mail - envelopes, mailboxes, letters, writing, mailmen, etc. 


I used the new Happy Mail Image fussy cutting the mailbox.  I also used the Script Font background stamp, some leaves from Happy Mail and some from Leafy Tree Branch.   Then I added the Sitting Here sentiment. 

Fun challenge - hope you will join us.

Hugz

Comments

  1. This is such a nice card with all the text in the background and the snail mail theme. I love how you tucked the greenery behind the edge too! Who doesn't love getting a nice card in the mail :)

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  2. This is fabulous Nancy, lovely muted colours and fabulous design.
    Pauline
    x

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  3. Love those leaves on the side of this beautiful mailbox! A gorgeous card once again.
    Lynn

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  4. Absolutely terrific! Love your layout and wonderful background!

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  5. Wonderful card Nancy I like the mail box and the distressing
    Kevin xx

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  6. I love yours too Nancy! After seeing the first two on the challenge I decided that something had to been done differently!!! Glad to see yours different too and really lovely with the script in the bg my friend! thanks as always for commenting on my blog!

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  7. Love the leaves down the side and the sponging is fabulous!

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  8. Oh I do love me some happy mail!! :) This is a wonderful design and I love your sponging along the edges to give it that Vintage flair!!

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  9. I was wondering why this card struck my fancy so much. The color combination is perfect but what really set it apart is the background to the mail box and the sentiment. How perfectly you matched them. The mail box finishes the card excellently. Perfect.

    Hugs and Blessings
    JIm

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  10. Love this!! What a fab design! The leaves down the side are brilliant!
    Lucy x

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