Wednesday, February 3, 2010

You've got mail!

You've got mail!

I made these little nugget mailboxes to take to a stamping group get together next week...made one...and then made another...and then another...they can be addicting. I can not take credit for this design...I have seen them all over the net...but hey...wish I was this creative to think these things up!
I hate to play favorites...but I would open this mailbox first!

Two Hershey Nuggets

cut your paper pieces...the dotted piece is optional if you are making LOTS! Stamp your sentiment at this step.

and then wrap around the candy and glue with sticky strip or glue dots...anything other adhesive will probably come undone.... I tried not to glue this piece to the candy on the bottom will see why in the next step
(Hey Larissa...this is the new Stampin Up heart border punch we have been chatting about)

You can't do this if you glue your covering to the candy on the could slip your candy out at this step and glue the door to the bottom of the mail box...if you want...but I am all about fast and easy!

After you trim your paper piece-add your flag with a glue dot  and embellish! I added pearls on the bottom piece of the flag and on the front panel so it looked like a handle. 

I hope you have fun and would love to see your creations...let me know if you make these!

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Sentiment made with 25pt Just Rite alphabet
Sticky Strip and Glue Dots
Hersheys Nuggets
Cardstock by Stampin Up
Kaiser pearls, or misc crystals
Stampin Up heart border punch
Stampin up scallop punch
Martha Stewart heart border punch (on the red mailbox)
Smallest Nestie heart for the flag
Stampin Up heart from Something Sweet set

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Susan.... said...

Hi Sue,
You have been busy ! They are gorgeous ! l am thinking of making a few myself,thanks for the details..
susan x ( Mallorca, Spain )

Anonymous said...

I haven't seen these before--I love them! So cute and clever! I love how each one is different!

Shirley N said...

They are all so cute Sue! What nice favors!

Susie said...

Are they adorable or what? I'll be trying them. Gotta get some some nuggets first, though. Bought every other kind of Valentine candy but that yesterday.

Anja's weblog said...

Hi Sue,

Wow, make such beautiful things!! Love this little mailboxes. Thank you for the little tutorial.


Carol L said...

I hadn't seen these until your post today!! How insanely CUTE are these little mailboxes?!?! TFS how to make them! Might have to get some nuggets today and make oodles of 'em while we get snowed in tomorrow:) TFS!

Patti J said...

These are the cutest things EVER! Thanks so much for sharing your directions with us! These are adorable!!!

Anonymous said...

Love them they are sooooo! cute.

Mary said...

Oh this is sooooooo cute, I will be making a few for may kids this year for sure. TFS

Anonymous said...

Oh my gosh!! Those are just the cutest things EVER!! I Love it!! Thanks for showing how to!! HUGS

Larissa said...

Hi Sue!

Wow these are so very adorable! Love all the different designs! Ok I have to admit: The SU border punch is cute! :). I love all the punches you used. It gives a nice effect to your little mail boxes. I hope all is well with you.

Unknown said...

Hi Aunt Susie!!
Those are so cute!!! Way to go on the tutorial!! I'll have to try to make some. I got a bunch of the litte tin mailboxes at Target and have been working on those very slowly. Yours look quick and easy....perfect!
By the way..I tried to figure out the mail on google but I didn't see any boxes to check??? Thanks for the help though.

Snoopy said...


How beautiful! These are amazing! I love them. Thanks so much for sharing the instructions!

Snoopy :D

Curt in Indy said...

These are darling Sue! You did a wonderful job with these! Thank you to for giving the directions. Very thoughtful! BTW, I was reading your blog when I noticed an email, and it was you leaving a comment on mine! What timing, AGAIN! LOL Best, Curt

Jenny Gropp said...

Adorable -- I have not seen these little mailboxes -- someone was very clever and your batch of boxes are adorable!!! Well done!

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
I haven't seen these little mailboxes before. They are fantastic, and your little tutorial is fantastic.
Many thanks for these idea :-) !!!!

Hugs Dani

Lori said...

These are so stinkin cute! Thanks for the great instuctions Sue! Hugs Lori

Happy Little Crafter said...

AWESOME and so beautifully made! Thank you SO MUCH for sharing them and the template measurements with us!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sue said...

Sue, how cute are these!!! Thanks for sharing the instruction and measurements, had not seen them before. Always make something for my daughters classroom for Valentines, these would be perfect. Thanks.

theneon said...

ohhh, Sue, there you go again! I haven't seen these before -- you are such a enabler -- now I've got to quit doing laundry and try some of these too. (I just finished putting together the little candy boxes you showed us earlier).

Denise Marzec said...

Eeeeeeek, these are SOOOOOO cute! I just GOTTA try making these!!

Allison Rankin said...

OMG...they are so tiny and cute! I love them! And thanks for writing up the tut!

Elena said...

Wow! They are the cutest things ever! Thank you so much for sharing tutorial! :)

Neltine said...

Hii Sue,

Thanks for you message on my Blog. But you take the words out of my mouth about your Blog:)
You make verry nice things, and especially with the chocolates in it...mjammie...hihihi
We don't have the mailbokses here in Holland like you have, but I found it verrrry great.

Thanks you also for following My new card (with Magnolia) is ready, just waiting for a good moment to get a picture of it;)

Greetings form the Netherlands,

Becky said...

These are just adorable, I love them :). Thanks for the info how to make them.

Lynn Put said...

These are just too darn cute!

Unknown said...

These are awesome! I'm making them for co-workers. Thanks for sharing the deets.

Anonymous said...

Wow! Very cool. I love these - you're just so darn creative. I think I will have to try making one.

C said...

Aren't you clever? These are just adorable. thanks for the tutorial, Sue...You're the best!

Gina Wrona said...

Awesome! So darn cute!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I had to clip your fantastic idea & post on my blog telling people to come see you!


Handy Man, Crafty Woman said...

How cute is that!!

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Randi said...

I love your bio as well as the cute mail box.

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