Om nom nom. More wedding cards plz! #Decor Porn#card boxes#decor#steal-this-idea June 11 | Megan Finley meggyfin When OBT member Caitlin first introduced us to her wedding card nomming monster he (yes, it's a he) looked like this… Caitlin explains, "We were contemplating an interesting wedding card recepticle. My first idea was a decorated mailbox so people could leave us 'mail' in the form of wedding cards. I was pretty pleased with this idea since I haven't seen it anywhere else." But her partner had even bigger and better plans for their little monster… He suggested glueing eyes and teeth on the thing and making it a Wedding Card Nom-Monster. They even added arms and a sign saying, "I Can Haz Ur Wedding Cardz pls? Nom nom!" Related Post Lay down the easiest outdoor ceremony decor ever: RUGS! Looking for an easy ceremony decor idea that you don't have to craft yourself? Kimber and Kaylee opted to use a few cute little rugs... Read more And here is the final result, gaze upon the Wedding Card Nom-Monster in all it's noming glory… How awesome is this guy!? Thanks to Caitlin for sharing this and, I'm sure, being the spark that spawned a hoard of Nom-Monsters taking over wedding card duties. Get your daily dose of Offbeat AWESOME Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Megan Finley Megan Finley is the LA-based Editorial Overlord of the Offbeat Empire, and a total geeky snarky jackass. When she's not writing, editing, and sleeping, she's eating, drinking, and consuming pop-culture. You can snoop into her personal life over on her website Funk in Deep Freeze! @meganfinley @meggyfin PREVIOUS Natalie & Joe's stellar intimate ceremony and dinner NEXT The Salt Covenant: An alternative unity ceremony + wedding gift from Centered Ceramics Show/Hide comments [ 24 ] OMG! I want! This is an amazing idea. I'm gonna see if I can make one to fit my theme…(oh the ideas!) Reply De-lurking to say that this is AWESOME! Reply So kyoooooooot! I made a Mario question block with a floating 8-bit heart for our card box. 1 agrees Reply Oh that is just the most fantastic thing I have seen today! Reply That made my day! Reply I'm copying this. No joke. Although I may paint the mailbox in kitty stripes or cover it in fur to make it look like a cat monster. Reply How f**king adorable! Reply This so so so friggin cool. Reply epic lulz Reply I hate that I want to do this, but I really really want to "steal" this idea! UGH! It's so fricken fantastic!!!! Reply Haha, feel free to steal at will! Reply Hi Caitlin, How did you fastern the arms on? What are the arms made of? My daughter is getting married in 3 weeks and loves it. thanks 1 agrees Reply I want this. And not as a wedding card box, but sitting in front of my house as my everyday mailbox. I CAN HAS MAIL PLZ 1 agrees Reply hellz yeah! Wish we had regular mailboxes 'round here, but you only see them in the country or a few neighborhoods that are in the not-so-nice areas of town. Reply Thanks everyone! When we made this I knew that other OBBs could do SO much more with this. We are not crafty people at all so this was a huge DIY project for us. And all it took was some styrofoam balls, hot glue, a stuffed monkey, and some posterboard. Reply As awesome as this is, I now pity the poor armless monkey. xD Reply HAHA Rob had to throw it away after we cut off its arms because he felt so bad for it and couldn't stand to look at it! Reply oh my goodness, i love it! theres no way i can't use this idea! Reply I LOVE this little guy. I want to take him home and make him my pet- and hope that my fiance does not call the nice men in white suits for having a random mailbox as a pet. It should be fine… as long as I don't start talking to him, right? Haha. I adore card monsers. I was first introduced to them on ruffledblog last year. Yes, ruffled. We're all guilty of hitting up the mainsteam wedding sites once in a great while so don't judge! Lol. Anyway, I cannot access the post (which is sad because they had the full story of this kick ass couple), but it was one of the best weddings ever! I typed in "queer wedding pink dress bowling alley" into google search, or you can follow this link: msawesome.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/Jessica_nik8.jpg Thank you Caitlin, this monster is sooo cute. I am sure quite a few brides will find this to be a rather good source of inspiration! Reply I showed my fiance this link and he came home with a mailbox. 1 agrees Reply We did something simular, only we antiqued ours and stuck our names on it..lol Totally would of done this monster though! Reply I'm doing this for our wedding. We got the mailbox at Lowe's, got some googly eyes and big, fat pipe cleaners for arms. I'm super excited to finish him this weekend :):) Its like the most non-my-mother part of my wedding!!! YAY! Reply This is one of the coolest things ever! My maid of honour and I made one of these little guys, but we also made him fuzzy, with black fun fur. He was a hit at my wedding! Reply I completely stole this idea. Like even the wording on the sign. I apologize and thank you all at once! Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. 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