Sunday, April 10, 2011


Joanne over at Vintage Dragon Fly is hosting matchbox swaps. I participated in the last one, Things with Wings. I got to send to Jennifer Phillips, I had never covered a little match box before and it was alot of fun. Our theme was to make it and fill it with things with wings....It is was challenging for me to find teeny tiny things to put in these little treasure boxes...

I had this Frozen Charlotte I was determined to send as a fairy, since she wouldn't fit in the box I made her wings out of ribbon and tied her on to the top.

I received this awesome box of winged goodies from Kim Hanauer I love how she did the lace over the picture on the cover. And a little Frozen Charlotte Fairy inside! Thanks Kim!!!

And here is my Frozen Charlotte Fairy!!!

And, if you want to jin in on the next swap, Joanne, is hosting one themed "Treasures of the Sea".

Just click on the button on my side bar to join in. While you are there, take a look at all the other matchboxes...They are all gorgeous!

Talk to you all soon! Becs


Sassy Marsha said...

How funny that you both sent each other a frozen charlotte fairy!

What you created and received is just lovely, Becs! Well, you may not have covered a little matchbox before but I just love the box that you created that my beads were in!!!!

I went to my first Barn $ale yesterday!!! It was in Manteca! Fun fun fun!!!


Ann said...

both matchboxes are beautiful!!

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Both boxes are beautiful!!TFS.
Have a great day.
XO Marie

JoAnne said...

Hi Becs,
Aren't these little matchboxes addictive? I'm so glad you're doing Treasures of the Sea too. And Marsha is right, it is funny you sent and received a charlotte. Both boxes are wonderful!
Thanks for putting the button up. I appreciate it-the more the merrier!

stefanie said...

those are fabulous!!
to answer your question, no those won't be in my booth, they are all!! I love them!

Vicki said...

These are both just beautiful! I love the frozen charlottes and that lace/net over the cover is just gorgeous.