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Chocolate Treats

December 8, 2016

I held my last class at the Beachmere Retirement Resort for this year yesterday.  I like to give each of the ladies who attends a small chocolate treat to celebrate our year together.

This year I followed some instructions shared by Lynda Emerson.  They are so cute and hold a Ferroro Roche chocolate perfectly.

I used Whisper White card and punched the long end using the Scallop Topper Tag Punch.  I added a layer of Candy Cane Lane Designer Series Paper to the back also punched with the Scallop Topper Tag Punch.  I punched a piece of Real Red card using the 1-3/8″ Circle Punch and then cut around the hole using one of the Layered Circle Framelits Dies to create the little frame for the place where the chocolate sits.  I stamped the Gingerbreadman image from the Cookie Cutter Christmas stamp set onto Whisper White card using Early Espresso ink and punched him out using the Cookie Cutter Builder Punch.  I attached the Gingerbreadman to the designer series paper using dimensionals.  I cut the little banner using the framelit from Home Sweet Home Framelits Dies and stamped Merry from the Sweet Home  stamp set using Real Red ink.  I attached the banner over the Gingerbreadman.

Everyone thought they were so sweet.  So thanks to Lynda for a wonderful idea.

Bye for now,


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4 Comments leave one →
  1. December 8, 2016 7:12 am

    He is so very cute Kris. Bet the ladies loved them


    • kreatinwithkris permalink*
      December 8, 2016 8:52 am

      Thanks Vicky, it’s only a small token but the ladies did like them.


  2. Katherine Carlozzi permalink
    February 16, 2017 6:55 am

    Hi. Could you tell me what punch you used for the chocolate candy. Also how do you know where to punch it and how long is the main sheet of paper.


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