My daughter Kaleigh is always so interested in my projects. She will be quite the crafter someday! I have learned that I cannot make things for other people and not make then for her too! *wink* When the mailbox craze hit and I was picking up a few, I made sure to get an extra one for her. Since I had not gotten around to altering one for her beforehand, I thought it would make a perfect Valentine's Day gift for her. I started by covering the mailbox with patterned paper from Bo Bunny. It is too cute, and the perfect colors for the occasion! I used sticky strip tape to adhere it, after punching a small circle and cutting a slit to accomodate the flag. I added some turquoise and black gingham ribbons to cover the gap. For the front, I covered a chipboard letter "K" from Making Memories with patterned paper and UHU Scrapbookers glue. Then I tied some pink and black gingham ribbons on and adhered it to the mailbox using UHU twist-n-glue. It holds great!!! Then I cut a small heart from some chipboard, adhered the paper to it, and attached it to the flag using the UHU glues. I added some more ribbons to the flag post. For the matching valentine, I started with a Pretty in Pink pocket note and adhered a strip of the Bo Bunny patterned paper across the front. I used the Sweet on You stamp set to make a little note on white cs, and added the letters "y", "o", and "u" from Typeset Alpha lower. I also used my new spiral punch to notch the edge. I also stamped the heart image on patterned paper, punched it with a circle punch and mounted it onto black cs. It is attached to the front of the card with a dimensional.