Stylish Stick Matches

6:00:00 AM

A vintage jar is a pretty place to keep stick matches...

The texture is beautiful....

The stick matches come in a big box from
the dollar store...

I cut the striker from the side of the box
 and taped it inside the jar lid...

Functional and Fabulous!


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  1. Pretty way to display something you use, Susan. I think it was you I told that I had gotten a package of three boxes of these matches and I keep one out because I light my candles just about every day. Still want to pretty the box up. I think I need to go through my scrapbook papers and see what I can come up with.

  2. Now this is a great idea. As I was scrolling down, I said to myself "very clever, but what about the striker?. Didn't take long to see you'd thought of that! love it....

  3. They look so pretty in the glass bottle. Who would have thought?! =)


  4. I love this idea! I have been putting so many things into glass jars latelty but I never would have thought to do this. Very creative!



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