Friday, December 3, 2010

Center Piece and Third Matchbox


Yesterday I took an old frame and spray painted it white.  Then I cut out a piece of snow scrapbook paper to fit.  After putting it back together I put a few left over ornaments and an old vase I bought at my favorite junk store on top.  I stuck in an icy conifer sprig and sprinkled a little snow over all of it.  Walla... a little center piece for our humble kitchen table.  


This project didn't cost me over $3!  The vase was .25, the ornaments were $1 for all 4, the frame was .25, and the sprig was $1.25.  The snow came from another project and so did the scrapbook paper.  Woohoo, I love a good deal!


And now for number 3 of the matchboxes... This one comes from Tracy at Daily Bubbles.  What a darling number 3 this is!


Inside this lovely box is a pair of sweet earrings!


Thank you ever so much Tracy!!  Be sure to check out her blog it is very sweet and cheery!

Merry Christmas to you and yours!!!

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9 comments:

Sunset97 said...

Mandie,

thank you so much for stopping by my blog and letting me know where my #3 matchbox now lives... :) thank you so much for the sweet comment you left on my blog and for your very sweet comments on your post!! and you are very welcomed!!
i'm glad you like them... :)

i love your other matchboxes that you have shown...

have a great evening and "Merry Christmas" to you too! :)

tracy

Christine Edwards said...

Those are cute earrings...very festive. I also like Day 2's little cottage box. Nice and easy centerpiece.

Jenny Harris said...

Cute cute cute! Great use of stuff you had, in unique ways that end up looking just fantastic!

Erica said...

Your matchboxes are so lovely. What a fun swap!

Lily said...

I absolutely love your centre piece. How simple but elegant. I was thinking about buying one but will have to rethink that & maybe make one :)
Thank you for the inspiration.

Merry Christmas Mandie

Lily

Lauri Crowe said...

Just stopped by from Countdown to Christmas Swap to say hello. I love making applesauce, but never thought about adding red hots. Mmmm.

Francie...The Scented Cottage Studio said...

Sweet and easy centerpiece ... it looks great.
Love the earrings ! I was lucky to get some too.

I am posting on Mondays and Fridays now and trying to visit in between...hope you will stop by then to see the boxes I have received.
:))

dj56v said...

The centerpiece is lovely!! You're so creative! All of the matchboxes are sweet!

Lila Rosana said...

Mandie, I love the color blue for Christmas. It is lovely, elegant, beautiful ... Its delicate arrangement of this table.
Hugs,
Lila