Here are my third and last tealight card and matchbox for this Christmas.I made them rather wintery than Christmassy, so the receipient (it’s a Christmas gift for a friend, together with a candle holder) can have them on her table with the candle holder not only for Christmas but for entire winter
Here’s another tealight card and matchbox. I kept these very simple and let the paper do the talking, no decorations. As mentioned in my previous post, tealight card template is from StampARTic.
A couple of weeks ago, I made this tealight card, plus decorated a matching matchbox. I found the instructions for the tealight card at StampARTic, and modified it a little bit.
Red cardstock – Bazzill Basics Paper
Designer paper – Slöjd-Detaljer Julkänsla
Washi tape – Stamperia
Organza ribbon – Slöjd-Detaljer
Plastic “window” on tealights – a plastic folder I had. Any quite sturdy plastic works.
We’ve got fridge magnets at work, so I needed to try one. You just add a piece of whatever you want (a collage, something stamped, just a photo, or whatever your mind can come up with) in the framed back panel, and put on the front panel. Voilà -ready! I went for a easy peasy little collage with Tim Holtz stuff.
Magnet – Slöjd-Detaljer
Background paper – Tim Holtz Idea-ology Lost and Found
Letter (ART) stickers – Tim Holtz Idea-ology Lost and Found
Word stickers – Tim Holtz Idea-ology Chitchat
Glitter Glue – Stickles Star Dust
Today I finally decorated the letter stand I bought at work probably over a year ago. Yes, it’s very common for me to take a loooong time until I get things done…
Letter stand – Slöjd-Detaljer (can’t find it on the website anymore, so I guess it’s discontinued)
Designer paper – Bo Bunny Weekend Market
Inked edges – Distress Ink Walnut Stain
Decoupage glue/varnish – Schjerning