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Christmas Chocolate Sliders

December 23, 2019

These are the Christmas Chocolate Sliders I made for my customers and downline who attended my Christmas Party this year.  I created the chocolate sliders using the basic instructions you can find on my Free Tutorials Page.  The base piece is cut from Pretty Peacock card and the top is punched with the Scallop Tag Topper Punch.  Because the box is a little wider, I cut away the side pieces from the bottom of the punched edge.  I used Tear and Tape to assemble my boxes because it is a little sturdier and I like to think that these boxes will be re-gifted instead of just being thrown away.  To decorate the front of the sliders, I stamped the Christmas Bauble image from the Christmas Gleaming stamp set onto Whisper White card using Pretty Peacock ink. I cut out the bauble using one of the ovals from the Layering Ovals Dies before attaching it to the front of the slider.  I punched the same sized bauble from Copper Foil card using the matching Gleaming Ornaments Punch.  The Copper Foil bauble is embossed using the Hammered Metal Embossing Folder.  The Copper Foil bauble is attached to the stamped oval, partially covering the stamped image.  I stamped the holly image from the Christmas Gleaming stamp set onto Whisper White card and coloured the image using the Dark Poppy Parade and Light Pretty Peacock Stampin’ Blends.  I cut out the holly image and attached it over the top of the Christmas baubles using Mini Dimensionals.  I used a length of 1/4″ Copper Trim to tie through the box to pull the chocolate out.

I love making these sliders, they are so much fun, I use the small chocolates that you can buy at Aldi, I think they are in a pack of five.  You can of course create these sliders for any chocolate, large or small.  You are only limited by you imagination and your mathematic skills.

Bye for now,


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