Tuesday, September 30, 2014

A Bit more Halloween- Altered Matchbox

I do Adore Halloween and decided to join in the swap at 
Here's the Altered Matchbox I created for my swap partner.
I used a faux claw for the closure. So FUN!!!

 Its filled with all these treats
I included a Halloween Cabinet card just for fun.
Hope she likes them.

If you haven't signed up for my giveaway yet. There's still time!

12 comments:

Createology said...

Now this is a wonderful altered matchbox. The faux claw closure is just fabulous. Such a treasure of goodies you included too. Creative Altered Bliss...

bobbie said...

Is that a G45 matchbox? It is wonderful!!!

misteejay said...

Oh Lynn...WOW!
What a fabulous piece - it will be adored by your swap partner.
Toni xx

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

I love Halloween! The match box is cool and what is inside is an added treat!

Andi's English Attic said...

The matchbox is delicious. Having been lucky enough to win one of your giveaways before, I know your swap partner is in for a treat. I love the things you sent to me and they have come out again this year as part of my Halloween décor. xx

mamablitger said...

Lynn you made a fab job you did making these spookey Halloween things. Love the box and all the treats inside...
Thank you for sharing.
Hugs from Monica... Spain

Paula Collins said...

I love this! Halloween I think is my favorite holiday. I have 7 bins for Halloween and only 5 for Christmas. I think you swap partner will be thrilled! I would.

Annie said...

Fabulous alteration Lynn and the details you have incorporated are amazing. Lucky recipient.
Best wishes Annie x

Kimberly at ArtJoyStuff said...

Hi Lynn, you make the best Halloween decorations!
enJOY a sweet day,
Kimberly

Diane said...

The matchbox is great. I love the touch of the claw. Diane

Gio said...

She will adore these, for sure! Gorgeous matchbox, full of details, love it!

Terry said...

Oh how we love Halloween! Such a fabulous altered Halloween matchbox. Love those owls, GF! Have a great weekend. Hugs!

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