With in-person expos being cancelled or rescheduled, Club Scrap is participating in a number of "virtual" events this summer. That means there are a bunch of new formulas and projects to try! The most recent example is the Maze Book in a Matchbox. (Visit the GASC-Arlington event landing page for details.)
Tricia's formula transforms six sheets of paper and folding board into projects perfect for gifting. Follow the instructions to make two adorable mini maze books that fit into matchbox-style sleeves with very little waste!
This set features papers and embellishments from the Coffeehouse Page kit.
A cocoa button (stitched with black waxed linen thread) creates a "pull" to remove the drawer from the outer sleeve.
Decorate the folding board sleeve and maze book using trimmed panels, cutaparts, and other embellishments.
Use different embellishments on the second maze book/matchbox to differentiate it from its "twin".
I participate in a Coffee Lovers Card Swap on Facebook, so the Coffeehouse collection is a great choice to use for small projects like these.
This cute little project makes a great gift. I hope my swap partner thinks so, too! Use papers from any collection to suit just about any occasion.
Check out Tricia's video on the event landing page to see more samples made from other Club Scrap kits. They are sure to inspire you!