Friday, March 26, 2010

Match Box Face Lift

Good Morning,
Remember my spin-able matchboxes?  I decided to give it a face lift. I was tired of looking at that big flower sitting there by itself.  I eventually took it off and added these mini roses. I think this one looks much better.


                                                      
                                                        Picture taken from different side.

What do you think?

Thanks for taking a peek!

Helen

10 comments:

KreatesKards said...

Very pretty and elegant.

Michelle said...

Hi Helen
How gorgeous is this! Those little flowers are so fabulous.

pattyo said...

Very pretty, Helen! I don't think I've seen this before.

MariLynn said...

Helen, this is gorgeous. I love the two different colored roses together.

Michelle said...

Hi Helen
Lovely work as always! I have a little something for you to collect over at my blog.
Kind regards
Michelle

PawwPadd said...

Helen, you crack me up! LOL! Love the comment! This card looks magnificent! It looks like it could be an anniversary cake, it's so fancy! Great work!

PawwPadd said...

WHAT!!! Don't tell me this is a box! Beautiful!

DeStampin'Corner said...

Wow! It is so beautiful with these mini roses! You did such a great job on the flowers! I like it!

Whimcees said...

Hello Helen!

LOVE your roses! I hope that you are having a nice time away and that you have a Happy Easter with your family!

Looking forward to some new projects! :<)

Hugs,

Barbara Diane

Rae said...

Hi Helen,
I haven't posted anything lately, I am recouperating nicely at home after my surgery. Looks like you have been traveling again. I hope you had a lovely Easter with your family. I guess on the next visit you will have a new header photo. :)
Your box is beautiful. You know how much I love your flowers.I look forward to more spring projects. Also I saw your 3X3 enclosure cards. That is one of the next things I want to make. A set for a woman who runs a basket-making business to enclose for her clients. Thanks for the ideas.
The first convention was small but GREAT! I will try to get to Allentown next weekend (if I can walk better). It should be good.