By Busdrivr from Clemmons, NC
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By katherine allen 04/18/2009
I met a man who learned his craft while he was in Levenworth Pen. He made jewelry boxes using cardboard cigar boxes, which he would cut up and make drawers, doors,etc, as well as from 1 layer to 4 or 5 tiered boxes, then glue his burnt match sticks to it, add legs, or felt on bottom and shellac or varnish - this was back in the days before the poly stuff
By Lisa 04/12/2009
Your uncle was making "Tramp Art" and it's highly collectible now. There are several websites devoted to this fabulous art form.
By kathleen williams 04/08/2009
Search for"crafts using burnt matchsticks"good luck.
By Myrna 04/08/2009
We have a matchstick open bible on pedestal and an uplifting bible verse is painted on it and then painted over with semi gloss polyurethane. This was given to us and it's quite a conversation piece in our home.
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