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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4 comments

  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.

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  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....

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

    Jeanine

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  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!

    Jelma

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