13 Pretty Holders For Your Snail Mail (#Organized)

Whether it be a mailbox or a simple organizer, your mail is going to sit pretty in these 15 projects!

By Hometalk Highlights

Use A Fan To Hold Your Mail

Draw a line to cut open the front of the fan, spray paint metallic, and put in mail.

Chisel Wood To A Sorting Box

Cut along the wood using a miter saw, and drive finishing nails through the front portion.

Mix Up Concrete To Hold A New Mailbox

Unscrew your current mailbox, fit the extension to the original, and fill up the hole with concrete.

Carve A Pirate Ship Box

Trace out the general ship design, and attach the decks with wood glue, and paint.

Wrap Contact Paper Around Your Mailbox

Clean and sand down your mailbox, spray paint the exterior, and fill the inside with decorative contact paper.

Wedge In A Mailbox Near Greenery

Chop the boards down to size, dig into the ground to fit support beams, and finish with planted greenery.

Get Nautical With A Beach Theme

Coat in white paint, trace and cut out a wooden anchor, then wrap in jute rope.

Add A Pelican To The Mailbox Display

Stag the lengths of the stakes, top with a solar light, and finish with a pelican statue.

Use Wood Glue To Adhere An Organizer

Begin by cutting into your slats, affix pieces together with wood glue, and circle cut a mason jar holder.

Modernize Your Mailbox With Color

Spread Tite Bond wood glue to keep pieces together, stain, and spray paint to finish.

Hang Your Keys And Your Mail

Use two different sizes of survey planks, carve two little spacers, and fit in slot planks.

Adhere Decorative Paper For Fun

Simply decoupage with modge podge the inside of the box with scrapbooking paper and spray paint metallic gold.