Friday, January 22, 2021


Hello Doodlebug friends! Stephanie here, sharing two little Valentine Mailboxes featuring lots of lovely Doodlebug colors, textures and images! It’s been a few years since my kids have made Valentines for classmates and friends, but I still love creating projects for this fun holiday! Here’s a look at my project for today.   

I used my Silhouette machine to cut this mailbox from Lori Whitlock.  For the main part of the boxes I used Wood Grain/Buffalo Check petite prints in Pistachio and Bubblegum. The accent colors and images are all from the Love Notes collection. I added some heart shaped Sprinkles in a few places for a little shine.  
The cut file comes with a tiny envelope that fits into the opening. How cute is that? 
Here’s a look at the second box.  All the images I used to embellish my boxes are die cuts from the Love Notes Chit Chat and Odds and Ends packs.

Surprise, the little door opens and you can pull out the notes. 

If you are looking for an adorable little box to give or receive some fun Valentine’s, this is it! That’s it for my project share, thanks for stopping by today!
  Doodlebug Products Used:
 Petite Prints 12x12 Wood Grain/Buffalo Check Pistachio & Bubblegum
Love Notes Collection 12x12 Paper
Love Notes Chit Chat & Odds and Ends Die Cut Packs
Heart to Heart Shape Sprinkles
  Other Products Used: 
 Silhouette Machine
 Liquid Glue and Double Sided Adhesive


  1. These mailboxes are so fun and I miss making fun things for my grown kids too. You have inspired me to make them each one and mail it to them to enjoy!


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