I was looking through photos of some of my past stamping projects, and I found one I never shared on my blog: a winter-themed matchbook teabag holder.
Unfortunately, I don't have a supply list or dimensions for this teabag holder, but I followed the same basic directions I outlined in an earlier post about matchbook teabag holders.
I wanted to keep these relatively simple, so I used a piece of retired Designer Series Paper (DSP) for the background and a punched shape for the focal image. For a little embellishment, I used a rhinestone in the center of the snowflake and a piece of washi tape to cover the staple in the bottom of the matchbook. It would be easy to modify this project for any theme or occasion by just changing the DSP and focal shape. Wouldn't they be cute as place cards for a baby or bridal shower?
I also chose the colors of the matchbook to coordinate with the teabag wrapper. I used a green-wrapped peppermint teabag in half of these matchbooks, and for the other half I used DSP with Cherry Cobbler to coordinate with red-wrapped chai spice teabags. That detail certainly isn't necessary, but I like it when everything matches.
To make these more child-friendly, swap out the teabag for a small pack of fruit snacks, M&Ms or other sweet treat. An older child could even help make and decorate the matchbooks for a fun project.
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