I have to admit this is one of my favorite sets in my “Love, Set, Match” collection by Spellbinders. Something about the toast, and the “sunny-side” up eggs just scream “happy”. What better way to welcome the morning than to have these cuties on the table at breakfast or packed in a lunch box to brighten someone’s day. They are fun and quick little projects too and made from mere scraps of paper.
To make the Matchbook, die-cut and adhere two sides together for the top of the box then add a smaller rectangle cut from black cardstock and attach to the top of the box.
Die-cut one bottom box. Fold up the sides and secure in place.
Stamp, die-cut and embellish pieces with markers and ink with a blending tool. Tip: If you use thick poly foam for the toast, it will give the appearance of toast. Add a bit of brown ink to the edges and walla!! Also, use a white pen to add details to the top of the box and the bacon. **Lots of sentiment choices in this set. And thanks to my friend, Robin, for the “Bacon” sentiment:).
Adhere die-cut pieces to top of box.
Stamp sentiment onto white card stock. Trim to fit inside of Box. Insert into Box.
Love how it turned out.
The supplies are listed below:
S5-326 Match Box Die by Debi Adams for Spellbinders
SDS-109 The Breakfast Club Stamp & Die Set by Debi Adams for Spellbinders
PE-100 Platinum 6 Die Cutting and Embossing Machine – 6″ Platform
Plain Cardstock of Your Choice-I chose Black, Brown, White, White Iridescent (Egg White), Yellow
Patterned Cardstock of Your Choice
Ink – Black, Golden Yellow or Orange, Brown
Marker of Your Choice-I used Pink
Poly Foam-White, Thick.
White Unibal Signo Pen
Hope you enjoyed this quick tutorial.