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Sunday, 15 November 2020

Chocolate Box

 

Good afternoon all. I know I've once again been M.I.A., but I will not bore
you with the details of why.

My offering today is something I have not created before...I'm not sure what
is the correct name, so I will just call it a Chocolate Box. 
I saw some examples on Pinterest, but none contained a brand of chocolate
that I wanted to use, so I experimented with scraps of cardstock til I had the
correct dimensions. Once I had 'mastered' the technique, it was quite 
quick to produce, so I made several using various patterned papers.

Inside the box showing the large 'pocket' for the chocolate, 
and the smaller 'pocket' for the gift tag, on which I will write
our personal Christmas greeting.


A closer look at my festive floral arrangement. The other boxes
I made use more traditional Christmas colours, but I did enjoy 
creating this one using the blue, pink and silver combination.


Challenges I would like to enter:-
Beccy's Place - "Day 12 Try Something New"
Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas #516 - "Anything Christmas Goes"
Fezziwigs Festive Frolics  - "Anything But A Card"
Little Red Wagon #575 - 'Non Traditional Colours"
Moving Along With The Times #124 - "Christmas Flowers"
The Holly and The Ivy #83 - "Anything Christmas Goes"
Christmas Craft Creations (must show logo) - "Anything But A Card" DT Favourite

Dies - Spellbinders Layered Poinsettia; Sizzix Tim Holtz Alterations Holiday Greens; Stampin' Up Sweetest Borders: Elizabeth Craft Designs Season's Greetings
Paper - First Edition Christmas Village 
Ink - (sponging) - Distress Ink Tumbled Glass
Pearl, ribbon, and fine silver cord are from my stash

I must go and water my pot plants, as an extremely hot day is predicted for tomorrow, so until next time, thank you for visiting.

Hugs,
Jennifer.  








8 comments:

  1. Hi Jennifer,
    this is such a lovely idea and your design looks fab.
    I love your paper used and your floral arrangement is gorgeous.
    Thank you for joining the MAWTT Challenge.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. DT

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  2. This is stunning Jennifer. I like the blue, silver and pink colour combination. This isn't a fold I've seen before but is one I would like to try.

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  3. What a fantastic project Jennifer, and such a lovely way to give a little gift! Great choice of papers, the colours are very pretty and the hint of sparkle adds to the festive look. Fabulous!
    Cheers,
    Beccy

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  4. This is a super make, I love the soft colour scheme you have gone for. What agreat idea for a wee gift to brighten someones day. Thanks for sharing with me over on Fezziwigs, Stay Safe, Hazel (Didos) x

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  5. What a wonderful gift idea, thank you for joining us at MAWTT, xxx

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  6. This is not only beautiful, it's delicious! A wonderful choice for your non-traditional Christmas colors. Thanks so much for joining us at Little Red Wagon Challenge this week!

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  7. Great project! Thanks for playing along with us at Crafty Hazelnuts Christmas.

    DT Stacey
    www.butterflycreations.blog

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  8. What a pretty way to package chocolates! Love this! Thanks for sharing with us at CCC.

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