Guest Artist Video: Laurie Willison Mailing Station + GIVEAWAY

Hello! Today I have a special guest artist – Laurie Willison – to show how to create a convenient “mailing station”

Laurie Willison Mailing Station for Jennifer McGuire Ink

[All supplies are linked to multiple sources in the thumbnails at the end of this post. Affiliate links used. To watch the video in HD on YouTube, click HERE.]

In this video, the wonderful Laurie Willison shows a “mailing station” that she has created to make mailing handmade cards fast and easy. She keeps everything stored in an Interdesign Organizer. (This is the same one I use to organize upcoming projects.)

Laurie Willison Mailing Station for Jennifer McGuire Ink

She also creates her own envelope seals using the Hero Arts kindness stamps, label paper, and a circle die. Clever, huh? In the organizer she also keeps my favorite postage stamps and personalized rubber stamps from Bossy Joscie.

Laurie Willison Mailing Station for Jennifer McGuire Ink

Thank you, Laurie, for doing this video to share today. You know I am your biggest fan. xo.

RELATED VIDEOS AND LINKS

Here are some related links and videos that may be of interest to you:

  • Be sure to visit Laurie’s blog HERE. She is incredibly talented and the queen of clean and simple card designs.
  • Head HERE to check out my card storage system. I have updated this a bit since and will have a video soon.
  • Check out THIS video for tips on mailing cards.

GIVEAWAY

Bossy Joscie makes incredible personalized stamps. And she was kind to offer a $25 gift certificate to a lucky winner! For your chance, leave a comment below by 11:59pmEST on 11/30/15 telling me if you use a personalized stamp for the back of your cards or return address. (The winner’s name will be randomly selected, emailed and posted on my “Winners page” after the giveaway closes. International folks are eligible, too!)

SUPPLIES

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535 thoughts on “Guest Artist Video: Laurie Willison Mailing Station + GIVEAWAY”

  1. For my Christmas cards, I usually use a Bible verse on the back of the card. I used to use my own little “label”, but I ran out–it was a cat stamp with my initials. This is a great idea!

  2. I follow Laurie W. and I love her CAS style. This is such a great idea to help us keep snail mail going. I enjoy receiving snail mail so much. That alone should make me send more of it. I always write the return addresss on everything I send. I just feel like it’s the responsible thing to do. A stamp would be awesome. Thanks, Jennifer!

  3. I have a created with love by (your name) to stamp on the back of all of my homemade cards! I try to add special stamps for the envelope especially when sending them to the children. I make them different each time to keep them interested in snail mail!

  4. I don’t use a stamp instead I asked my sister to create a logo for me because she is an amazing artist so she made me a very cute ladybird that I fill with colour on my computer so that it matches the colour of the cards I create. I cut it out in an oval shape using my Silhouette machine and make stickers thanks to my beloved Xyron machine. .. that’s a lot of machines but it’s worth it 😉

  5. I do not have one but this is a great idea.As I live in the UK I need to hunt for if there is a place where I can have one made.

  6. I do not have a personalized stamp but would love the opportunity to win one. Thanks for sharing your amazing videos with is.

  7. I currently hand write my return address. But someday I get a personalized stamp for the back of the envelope. I really love the look!!

  8. I use return address label I receive in the mail from charities I have supported.
    Love your kindness challenge. Thanks for all your work on it.

  9. I don’t have a personalized address stamp, I sure wish I did. I send out SO many cards, but still hand write it all.

  10. I don’t have a personalized stamp, but I would love to start using one. I think it would encourage me to sent more cards…

  11. i have a personalized stamp for the back of my cards that i bought from paper angel years ago. i have one for my son too! i have a personalized stamp for my return address but hardly ever use it since i get so many freebie address labels in the mail!

  12. This is an awesome idea!~ I have to do it !! Yes, I do have a personalized stamp that I emboss on the back of my cards. I would love to have a return address one to use on envelopes! I really need to give my envelopes more attention. 😀

  13. Oh, Jennifer, I just love this idea for setting up a “station” with all we need to get cards out! I’ve already added the container in my Amazon cart! Thank you for sharing Laurie Willison’s idea. It’s fabulous! Hugs!

  14. I don’t have a personalized stamp but I will often just handwrite “Handmade with love” or “Handmade by B” or something like that at the back. I always handwrite the address. Thanks for the chance to win.

  15. Having a personalized stamp to use in place of writing out the return address would make things that are sent out look so much more neat and clean. I would love to have one on hand.

  16. I do use a personalized stamp on the back of my handmade cards, but I love the designs that this company has to offer. I may have to get another one…you can never have too many! LOL!

  17. I really like how she maintains everything so organized . I need a mail station. Also i would love to be able to use this kindness stamp for my card holding envelopes.

  18. I love the idea of having every thing right at hand not just for handmade kindness but for all our everyday things too. This is such a clever idea. Thanks for sharing.

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