Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Matchbox Dresser



Hello. This is a matchbox dresser I made from a tutorial on Splitcoast. I doubt I would make this again as it took hours to cut and fold the drawers. Wish I had the stampin-up die for this..The knobs are from tim holtz.. I am entering this in Make-it-Monday- Linky Party..Loz

9 comments:

  1. Loz your work really paid off big time...its such a beauty.I have always wanted to make one of these but hesitated thinking of the amount of cutting and measuring involved.I agree it would be so easier with the die.Love the colors and the vintage feel you gave it
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  2. This is so beautiful, and truly a work of art, Absolutely stunning hun.. Thank you so much for sharing it with us this week at 'Make it Monday'...
    Hugs,
    Marjorie
    xx

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  3. oh Loz, how fantastic!!! It looks so authentic! I know this took hours to make but it definitely looks worth it to me.

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  4. Fabulous! This is really beautiful. I can tell you all your hard work paid off.

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  5. Beautiful matchbox dresser you have made, I have some matchboxes from last year that I haven't found yet! =)
    Hugs, Elenor

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  6. This is beautiful! I'm tempted to try it, but it does look a little daunting. I'll pin it in case I get brave later!

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  7. These always look so cool but I've never tried one. Awesome project Loz! Love the vintage trunk style effect of the papers. Hugs!

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  8. You must get through a lot of matches!!! A wonderfully creative chest of drawers. Hugs, Lesley

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  9. this is really pretty Loz. I love your dsp choices.

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