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  • Lyndy

    matchbox art . kim welling

  • Mindy Day

    matchbox Kim Welling, an illustrator based in the Netherlands, sells these delightful Instant Comfort Pocket Boxes in her Etsy shop. They’re the perfect way to carry a little inspiration in your pocket.

  • Amanda Robinson

    use old match boxes to make instant comfort boxes...love this idea!

  • Marissa Kurtzer

    Instant Comfort Pocket Boxes by Kim Welling I love this idea!!

  • Amanda Paret

    Instant Comfort Pocket Boxes by Kim Welling -- this might be an excellent craft!

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