Thursday, April 12, 2018

"Hello Spring" Match Box

Hello!
Oh my!  what a really grotty, mizzly sort of day we have here today! 
I'm quite glad I have something rather more Spring-like to share with 
you this time.
It's a sweet little matchbox gift box made from lovely fresh green and lemon coloured card-stock and decorated using a few of the cute embellishments from the new "Hello Spring" Bubbly Funk Through the Letterbox craft box

I made the box itself using a Spellbinders die set.  The box is just the right size for presenting something like a necklace or bracelet or other small item, and looks so pretty in these colours. The label and tiny tags are in the die set too, along with dies to make a tiny paper bow!  

Match Box Love Set Match by Debi Adams
Shapeabilities  Etched Dies 

From  the "Hello Spring" Through the Letterbox craft box I used:
Lemon and Cream  Ribbon
Lemon Organza Flower
Lime Green Glitter Chipboard Flower
White Twine
Lemon Glitter Paper
From my stash I added;  Card,  Dies to cut the matchbox, label and tags, punch for hearts, ink
 
 The "Hello Spring" box from Bubbly Funk Through the Letterbox   costs £15.95 and is stuffed with lots of different stash, plus a choice of stencils to get you inspired for crafting.
That's all for this time. Thanks for popping by
Happy Crafting

8 comments:

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Kathy this is a stunning box it is just so pretty in the bright Spring colours. That is a fantastic die set. Have a great day. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Adele said...

Gorgeous - Love the pretty Springlike colours. xx

Katie Lamb said...

This is gorgeous

Lorre-Anne Archibald said...

Beautiful...loving the bright colours x

Shabneez said...

Beautiful Spring box Kathy - still no sign of proper Spring. At this rate we'll skip a season and go straight to Summer! Shabneez x

Kate M said...

Love the beautiful Spring colours you have used - love this little box - great project! xx

Tracy Welham said...

This is lovely Kathy, perfect Spring colours. Creative Blessings, Tracy x

Holley (Tondre) Barnhart said...

Just lovely work