Thursday, December 4, 2014

Our Mailbox is Wrapped in Red and Glittered Gold Creating Major Curb Appeal

It's that time again....time for a mailbox upscale and create some curb appeal for Christmas.

I just love driving up to our house and seeing


Here are a few of my past mailbox creations

Our pink mailbox back home in New York

A new mailbox is in our future....this one has really seen better days. The door hinge has completely rusted out, so I made a haphazard repair to get through this season. I will be looking forward to a brand new one and creating a fresh new look come spring!

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Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

How pretty, Janet! It looks like a present. : ) I would be happy driving up to my home and seeing that pretty sight, too.

srpprcrftr said...

Wow you really go all out, talk about curb appeal. Do you live in country? I can see all the trees across your road. How beautiful it is where you live. Where do you live?
I don't know what would happen if we decorated our mail box that way. I'd like to try tho. Not as elegant as yours but do something for the poor old box. Think it deserves some love.
How wonderful to drive up to your driveway to see that gorgeous mail box. Do any of your neighbors decorate their mail boxes? We're only people in our neighborhood who decorate for other holidays besides Christmas. We used to put lights all around fences for front yard but our dog ate the lights and you name it. So we cut back on it. He did that the first Christmas we had him, we'd just gotten him in early Nov. Used to be if I bought something for the yard he'd eat it or tear it up, he's six now so think he's settled down a lot more.
Enjoy your gorgeous mail box. Look forward to seeing what you do for next holiday.
Happy season

Shabby chic Sandy said...

It looks great--as always! :)

Lauren @ My Wonderfully Made said...

So very pretty---especially with that big, gold bow! It's so nice that you can decorate outdoors and not have to think about a snowstorm coming along and burying it all lol!