Friday, November 4, 2016

Tiny Art on Matchbox






My time this week was occupied by this fun project, something I had not planned to do at all. I had these empty matchboxes for quite sometime but was not inspired to do much with them till I saw a round up of decorative matchboxes on Design*Sponge recently.


Suddenly, I knew what I could do with the matchboxes. I decided to decorate mine with watercolor illustrations with a botanical theme. I created each label in watercolor using Fabriano coldpress 140 lb. paper. I hand stitched a frame around each little painting and glued it on top of the matchbox. It was a good exercise in small scale painting.



Linked to Paint Party Friday. Thanks to Eva and Kristin for hosting.

Linked also to Try it on Tuesday Handmade by You.




Thanks for visiting.

11 comments:

  1. Beautiful match box miniatures, love the idea! Thanks for joining us at TIOT. Happy PPF, hugs, Valerie

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  2. these are so cute! They'd make great little gifts when you put seeds in them for planting:) Happy PPF!

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  3. Beautiful miniatur art.
    Happy PPF♥

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  4. Oh this is so adorable. I might try doing it and putting in my basil seeds, marigold seeds etc.
    Happy PPF
    Emma

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  5. Beautiful miniature art. Thank you for sharing with us at TioT.
    Happy PPF xx

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  6. Fabulous alterations. Thank you for sharing them with us at TioT's
    Yvonne

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  7. Wow these are absolutely FABULOUS!!! I love the hand stitching detail.

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  8. Great take on the challenge and so cute. Thanks for playing with us at TIOT.
    Hugz, Z

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  9. These are gorgeous! I am always amazed at people who can work so small! Difficult!! Wouldn't this be a fabulous way to store garden seeds!!

    Hugs Giggles

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  10. These are just stunning! Love the mini paintings! Thanks for playing along with us at TioT this time.

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  11. Such dainty and beautiful little works of art! You do great painting on a small scale!

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