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Sunday, April 17, 2011

I can't get enough!

I think I am addicted to matchbox swapping.  I have received four of them now and am surely thinking how can I do more of them and with whom.  It is so fun to see the tiny vintage items one can stuff into a standard size matchbox.  Here is the latest spring vintage swap I did with Marsha at Sassy mini dolls.  She is seriously talented in the art of dollmaking. I think getting to know the person you are swapping with is most of the fun!  .
This is the one I sent out to her, along with the following 3 photos below.
 The inside upon opening!

 Okay and here is what Marsha sent to me.  I was spoiled good.  Thanks so much to that mini doll wizard.  You have to seriously check out her Sassy mini dolls and miniatures!

 Look at all this wonderful vintage goodness.  I love the antique clothespins and trims!

 This is a beautiful hanky!
 The crochet basket below is so sweet.  It was not in the box but tucked into the package.  It has a darling egg nested right inside.


Marsha @ Tattered Chick said...

I am so glad you emailed me to do this wonderful swap!!! Thank you so much for all my treasures!!!

I am so happy you like what I sent you!

I wish you a wonderful Easter and Spring!


Jan Hennings said...

What a great idea and the match boxes hold so many tiny treasures!

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

So many lovely Easter goodies!!


Hearts Turned said...

Oh my goodness, Michele! So much vintage loveliness packed in those little boxes! I haven't participated in one of those yet, but I may just have to very soon!

Hope you're having a wonderful day...


Erica said...

Just lovely!! If you ever want to do another swap, just let me know! I have so much fun making them, too!

ImagiMeri said...

Hi Michele,

Looks like you've got some excellent goodies there. My hands aren't cooperating like they used to, otherwise I'd love to work on a tiny little gem of a matchbox. Maybe something a little larger, like the large old fashioned stick matchboxes would work. If I figure out a way, I'd love to trade with you.


Angela said...

Hi Michele, Thank you for the sweet comments you left for me, and thanks so much for following! I love your paper projects and hope they will inspire me to get back to doing more of that myself.
Blessings, Angela

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