Snail Mail...

September 07, 2016

Hi there!

It's Yolanda here, from Scraping Time! Today I come to the blog with a different project!!

I don't know there but here in Spain many people is in love to snail mail. I have no time to have penpals at this moment but I decided to make my first one with Gerda Steiner Designs' new Autumn Stamps and this is the result.



I decided to use these colours since they remind me to the start of the season.

Once I coloured the stamps, I used Spectrum Noir Sparkle to give them some shine. That's why you can see some "strange" reflects in this picture ;) I fussy cut them and add them to my pannel with foam.

I did paper piecing in the umbrella with a MFT decorated paper and I heat embossed the sentiment wishing some fun to the recipient!!


If you are like me and you never did this before, I will show a simple way to make this snail mail in some days in my blog, as soon as I know that this arrives to its new home!! ;)

I hope you have enjoyed and see you soon!





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