Uber cute card for Valentine’s
Stamps: Baroque Motifs, Holidays and Wishes
Inks: Chocolate Chip craft, versamark
Papers: Kraft, Chocolate Chip, Regal Rose or Pretty in Pink
Accessories: Chocolate Chip taffeta, Scallop Edge Love notes, Foil from Ferrero-Rocher candy, chipboard
Chocolate is always good! Great card!
Very neat idea
Very cool! Love that!
Too cute!!! Now I need chocolate.
How great is this!!!!! I might just have to go get another box!…
What a neat idea!
WoW!!! I’ll definately look at foil use in a different light now. Well I’m off to the frige for some chocolate and it’s all your fault (lol). TFS!
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This is cool!!! So, what is the "chocolate" part? Colored glue? EP?
The chocolate part is chipboard covered with chocolate chip craft ink, then covered with GG. Melt that then let cool. Cover with Versamark and repeat with GG. It usually only takes 2 rounds of GG to get a really good smooth surface over chipboard.
Okay, this is incredible.
Trina, you need a disclaimer on this card–those chocolate hearts look so real, somebody just might try to eat one. . . .