My blogging buddy Karen posted a matchbox dresser, and I made a note to put this one on my to-do list. I think opening these little drawers, hiding little treasures, are perfect for a young tween girl, who's "too old for princesses".
The flower on top was created by starting with ~18" of Purely Pomegranite satin ribbon and cutting half way across the width of the ribbon every 3/4-1", rounding the edges of the cuts, and then heating with a heat gun until the ribbon curls. Once the curling is done, just form a ribbon on a 1-3/4" circle of Sticky Strip pages or Multipurpose Adhesive Sheets.
The hardest part is to find some little treasures that fit into a matchbox drawer.
For this drawer, I stamped some tissue paper and wrapped up some earrings.
Can you tell I find chocolate to be a pretty good gift?
Stamps: Wonderful You; Paper: Rich Razzleberry, Razzleberry Lemonade DSP; Ink: Crushed Curry, Dusty Durango, Melon Mambo, Rich Razzleberry; Accessories: Clear rhinestone brads, Tissue paper, Purely Pomegranite satin ribbon, Multipurpose adhesive sheet, 1-3/4" Cirlce punch, Pearl brad, Topnote die, Matchbox die, Big Shot.
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