South Hill Designs & Stampin’ Up! Sunday Monogram Matchbook Keyrings

South Hill Designs & Stampin’ Up! Sunday Monogram Matchbook Keyrings


South Hill Designs & Stampin' Up! Sunday Monogram Matchbook Keyrings


I love it when it comes to Sunday and I can mix up both South Hill Designs and Stampin’ Up! together.

I made some monogram keyrings for some friends back in January, but I wanted to bring them back again as an ‘actual’ project for you.

They are rather lovely, with their scripted font, and when added to a little snake chain keyring, make an adorable addition to a set of keys (yes, I have a set on my car keys!)


South Hill Designs & Stampin' Up! Sunday Monogram Matchbook Keyrings close up


And matchbooks are always popular gifts, so these would make great party favours for an elegant afternoon tea, perhaps team gifts, or maybe even just a ‘thought of you when I saw these’ moment!

Super easy to make, I hope you enjoy the video, and the new showcase of Timeless Elegance DSP!

Oh and don’t forget to head over to my South Hill Designs Blog to see how to get your own monogram!

S xx


Cardstock – 8 x 2″ (20 x 5cm)

Score on the LONG side at 1, 4-3/4, 5″ (2.5, 12, 12.7cm)

Cardstock panel – 2-1/2 x 1-3/4″ (6.5 x 4.5cm)

DSP panel – 2-1/4 x 1-1/2″ (6 x 4cm)


Products used and showcased

Cardstock – Sahara Sand, Basic Black

DSP – Timeless Elegance

Other – Linen Thread, Petite Petals Punch, Itty Bitty Accents Punch


S xx

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Sam Donald

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  1. It’s called ball chain. 😉

    I don’t think there’s a specific name for the short lengths of it, but I use it a lot for holding colour chips and other samples.

    I totally love the Sahara Sand version… The same finish would make lovely little cards too!

  2. Janette says:

    Beautiful !!

  3. They’re called ball chains in our local stationery store.

    I love this project. Thanks, Sam!

  4. And I like it too Sam. Thank you for the idea . X

  5. Beautifully decorated, love this dsp!

  6. Doreen Collins says:

    love these and trying to think what else to put in them!

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