Feb
1

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I’m sure you’ve all seen the cute little $1 mailboxes in Target’s dollar bins.

have I mentioned I LOVE Target Dollar Bins!

I’ve already seen some really cute ones around blog land. I bought mine a few weeks ago and finally got around to dressing it up a little.  I thought it would be fun to drop a little “love” note in the mailbox each day leading up to Valentines.

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I found this super cute paper at the scrapbook store and decided it would be perfect to cover the mailbox. I simply traced the lid and mailbox and then cut it out.

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I also needed to cut a hole to fit the paper around the screw. After that I modpodged the paper on and added a few cute embellishments.

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Then I wrote my first love note… :)

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I’ve seen these stuck on candlesticks as well which looks super cute…

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Aren’t these little mailboxes so cute?! I think it’s a fun way to surprise your Love each day. Get Creative! ;)

These would also be a fun to fill with chocolates and give as a gift. YuMmY!

 

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Jamielyn Nye is the owner and managing editor of I Heart Nap Time. She aspires to reach women, get their creative juices flowing, and to genuinely inspire. Her unique projects have been featured on many popular websites, including: BHG, Martha Stewart, Fox, ABC, People, Parents and more. When she’s not creating . . . Jamielyn loves to chase her two little monkeys and snuggle up on the couch with her man.

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26 Responses to “Love Letters- Target $1 Mail Box!”

  1. Allison

    So cute!
    I bought one of these too and decorated it. I cut out "love notes" in vinyl and put it on the front and put it on our island so me and the hubby can swap notes to each other.

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  2. LaVonne @ Long Wait

    Very cute. I love Target :) I don't look at the $1 spot very often, now I think I should.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Blessings!

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  3. Emily

    Super cute! I wish I had a Target in Switzerland. It looks so cute on the candlestick…I love candlesticks:)

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  4. Shileen

    Oh my goodness! This is sooo cute! I just may have to take a trip to Target and Michaels in the next couple of days!

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  5. [email protected]

    too darn cute!
    simple, I love it!
    gail

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  6. Sarah @ Scissors and a Whisk

    Precious!! I may be whippin' one of these up.

    Trip to target. Added to the list.

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  7. Swainston Vinyl & Dezign

    Oh I LOVE this! This is only the second one that I have seen that I ABSOLUTELY LOVE! Dang it! I wish there were a Target closer to me! I'm BUMMED! I want to make some so bad!

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  8. little_kops

    OH MY GOSH!!! I love this SO MUCH! Now I need to get to a Target to get one! EEK!

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  9. happyhomefairy.com

    I love how your Target mailbox turned out! We are doing the same idea in our Happy Home – even the Happy Hubby decorated his own mailbox. It is absolutely hilarious because he was trying to protect his manhood while doing crafts at the same time.

    You can see a pic of his mailbox HERE – http://happyhomefairy.com/2011/01/21/the-25-days-of-love-fun-day-2-valentine-mailboxes/

    You are super inspiring by the way you pour so much energy and time into building your Happy Home. Thank you for being so faithful to share with us!

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  10. lauren@warm&fuzzy

    Ok well yours put mine to shame :hangs head: LOL
    I just added my students name in some vinyl and added a heart and I thought I was so cute. Ha…I love what you did…I may head back to Target and give your version to my sons teachers. Thanks for the inspiration :)

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  11. Katie

    I love love love reading your blog. I have awarded you "The Versatile Blogger" award. Come and visit my site to check it out: katieshowto.blogspot.com

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  12. Nicole

    Totally adorable, I love that paper too! I have a love/hate relationship with Targets Dollar Spot! It looks really great on the candle stick holder!

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  13. fruitfulwords

    I have tons of cute scrapbook paper. Now I have another use for it. Thanks for this c-u-t-e project.

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