I decided I'd share this altered mail box I did for "Scrapbook Answers Magazine", when I was on their DT.
It was an assignment they had requested I do, otherwise I don't know that it's anything I would have done on my own. It was fun and I was happy with the way it turned out , for the most part, but it's not like I could really put it outside, and it was pretty big... so using it in my studio was a bit of a problem. I was thrill to have it go to a good home and get lots of use. I sold it to a Scrapbook Store in Kansas City, who was going to use it at their front desk, for their store newsletters , ect.
I primed and painted(inside and out), a full size aluminum mail box from Manards. The papers are Anna Griffin and the Chipboard flowers are Fancy Pants (big board chipboard). I attached them all (both sides) with not glue, and then added the sequins and buttons with Diamond Glaze. There we holes drilled along the bottom of the mailbox on both sides...and I wasn't sure what to do about them. The easy solution was to plug em up with matching brads.lol
I might have to dig into the achieves again tomorrow ,...until the computer doctor (Jarad) is finished working his magic.
I never thought being without a computer would rock my world , like it does! Oh Boy!
Have a super night! Feels so good here tonight, I even turned of the air conditioning! Ah... love having the windows open!