Thursday, October 31, 2013

Altered Matchbox-Halloween

 Happy Halloween!

Just a super quick post to show you an altered matchbox that I made for a swap hosted by JoAnne of Vintage Dragonfly.

All of the papers used for the project are from the Creating with Vintage Halloween CD4 from Crafty Secrets.  The faux cabinet card on the lid is an image from Paper Whimsy.

I used scrabble tiles for feet on the bottom of the box.  The matchbox is the 300 count size box.


Astrid Maclean said...

Wonderful box Sarah, beautifully put together and I love your faux cabinet card, - it looks very real!!

JoAnne said...

I'm so happy you joined us Sarah. I know Mercedes loved it! Happy Halloween!

Crafty Secrets Heartwarming Vintage Co. said...

Hi Sarah, your little Halloween Matchbox is fabulous and looks so great done up in our Halloween Papers! It looks like you shrunk the patterns down to suit the size and it's perfect. Thanks for sharing, you need to post this in our Nov Linky Party this Monday, Nov 4/13. Who knows, you might be the $50 winner. It was sad not being at the Arlington Show this year and having you help in our booth. Take care and Happy Halloween!

Susan said...

This is gorgeous!

Robin said...

This is such a sweet altered matchbox! Love the papers and the image you used.


Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk) said...

WOW this is AMAZING Sarah and so well done! Love it! Thanks so much for playing along in our November Linky Party! Good Luck!!

Crafty Secrets DT

Sugar Lump Studios said...

WOWSERS! I love this! You always make the most amazing projects. I assume this is a matchbox that is made by a company? and not the standard type from the store? awesome! Hope this finds you well!

2amscrapper said...

love this!

Lynn Stevens said...

Just darling Sarah, Can't believe its almost Thanksgiving, where oh where has this year gone?
Hugs Lynn

butterfly said...

Oh dear, missed this one... and now we're in full-on Christmas mode! But I love the bold harlequins, and the fabulous vintage image and papers. Love the idea of scrabble tiles as the feet too!
Alison x