Sunday, March 10, 2013

Matchbook Treat Holder

 Hi to all our Crafty Peeps.  Chris here, back again with another Sunday, Easy Project for the Stamping Shack Blog where I am a DT.   How about a Matchbook Treat Holder project today.  This so easy and makes wonderful little Thank you's for Teachers, Good Grades, Favors for Birthday parties, the list could go on and on..... The best part is this is so easy to make you could make a bunch in a very short time.  I used the digi image "Shy Goth Girl" from the Goth Kidz Range at the Stamping Shack Store. Now for this fun how to.

You will need to have the following on hand

Card Stock
Scor - Pal
Markers or Color Pencils
Printed Digi Image
Embellishments of your choosing
Stapler and staples

Step 1:
Cut your chosen card stock to  8 ½" x 3".

Step 2:
Score card stock at 1" and 5".

Step 3:
Decorate the outside with your printed and colored Digi image and other embellishments of your choice. ( Color your image how ever you decide, I used Copic  Markers) The image I choose is from The Stamping Shack Store in the Goth Kidz Range.  And is called Shy Goth Girl. Then add all your embellishments.

Step 4:
Fold into the matchbook shape.  Staple Mini treat inside at the bottom fold and slip folded top in under bottom flap. I also added a bit of paper over the staple to make it more eye pleasing and to hide the staple.  And there you have it!

See I told you it would be easy and isn't it cute too. 

Thanks for stopping by on this wonderful Sunday.  Now go play in your craft area!  And don't forget to stop by the Stamping Shack blog often to see what goodies my other team mates have in store for you.

Until next time
 Happy Crafting


  1. Love matchbox treat holders. So versatile. She is a very cute image and love your coloring. Thanks for sharing.
    Happily Scrapbooking & Crafting My Memories~~Sandra V.
    PS. Stop by for a chance to win some blog goodies. My blog give away ends March 14th.

  2. Thanks for popping in and the compliment. Will be heading over your way next...

    Chris B


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