We have a colour challenge for you ... but with a twist because you get to choose the combo.
The challenge is to make a paper craft project inspired by your favourite chocolate bar wrapper.
I used the new Eat Chocolate stamp set (Autumn-Winter Mini) and the 'bubble' stamp from Circle Circus.
I used a Peppermint AERO Bar wrapper for inspiration to make my chocolate holder and went with the colour combo of
Chocolate Chip, Wild Wasabi, Real Red and Whisper White.
The sentiments read -
1. TO DO LIST
- eat chocolate
- do laundry
- clean kitchen
2. All you need in life is a friend who has chocolate. ... I'm that Friend
3. So much chocolate. So little time.
The scallop envelope has been widened to make a deeper pocket to hold the chocolate bar (an idea picked up from Tracey Old's latest Big Shot Brilliance Project).
The front sentiment reads -
I would give up chocolate, but I'm no quitter.
Click HERE if you want to read some RULES ABOUT CHOCOLATE.
I used the Scallop Square Die for the 'chocolate', cut it in half, ran it through the Big Shot using a CB embossing folder and then added score lines to make it look like a block of choccie.
For those that like the details, here's the Project Recipe:
Stamp Sets: Eat Chocolate, Circle Circus
Cardstock: Chocolate Chip, Whisper White
Ink: Wild Wasabi
Markers: Wild Wasabi, Chocolate Chip, Real Red
Accessories: Subtles Pattern Stack DSP (Wild Wasabi), Scallop Square Die, Early Espresso Striped Grosgrain Ribbon, Slot Punch (NLA), Scallop Envelope Die, Subtles Buttons, Dimensionals, Chocolate Chip Corduroy Brad (gift), 1 3/4" Circle Punch, Spiral Punch, Sticky Strip
Non-SU: PT Red Vintage Button, CB Bubbles Embossing Folder
...............................................................This chocolate holder was inspired by the following project I made last year using the Morning Cup Stamp Set and some tea bags (I'm yet to make one for my favourite coffee bags).
The measurements for the chocolate holder have been altered slightly to suit this particular project -
The Chocolate Chip Cardstock measures 7 1/2" x 8" and is scored along the 8" side at 3 1/2" and 4 1/2".
The DSP (x3) measures 7 1/4" x 3 1/4".
You can view the Morning Cup post HERE.
I originally followed a fantastic tutorial that I found at Pink Buckaroo Designs (Erica Cerwin).
Ok, if you're still with me, I have a confession to make. Cadbury Chocolate is actually my all time favourite and the beautiful state of Tassie has it's own Cadbury's Chocolate Factory which I have toured a couple of times in the past and my mum toured the one in NZ when we were there 6 years ago. Sadly they don't conduct tours any more but the shop is still open to the public. It's making me drool just thinking about it.
I went with the AERO bar wrapper because I loved the colour combo and my dad used to bring them home for special treats when we were little, so it became a toss up between Sentimental VS Favourite.
When I originally posted this idea in our JAI Forum, I remember Jodene making a comment along the lines of ... "You want us to choose our favourite? That's like asking us to say which one of our kids is the favourite".
So ... with Easter around the corner, we hope you have heaps of fun with this challenge. Hop on over to Just Add Ink to view the other DT 'yumminess' and to link up your creation.