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Chocolate Slider

December 2, 2021

Yesterday on my Facebook Live, I shared how to create a chocolate slider to house the small chocolates sold at Aldi (you get five in a pack). I have shared this before but I couldn’t help sharing again as it is such a fun way to present a small gift. You can find a tutorial on my Free Tutorial page. For this slider I cut the base from Basic White card. I added a layer of Christmas Tidings 6″ x 6″ Designer Series paper before punching both short ends using the Fancy Tag Topper Punch. I stamped several images from the Merriest Moments stamp set onto Basic White card using Shaded Spruce ink and cut them out using the co-ordinating Merriest Frames Die.

I stamped the large and small flowers from the Merriest Moments stamp set onto Basic White card using Cherry Cobbler ink and cut them out using the co-ordinating Merriest Frames Dies. I cut Basic White card using the small flower die from the Merriest Frames Dies. The last piece is a berry image die cut from Soft Sea Foam card using one of the Poinsettia Dies.

I layered all of the leaves and flowers onto the front of the Chocolate Slider. I stamped the greeting from the Christmas to Remember stamp set onto Basic White card using Cherry Cobbler ink and used my Paper Snips to cut it out. The greeting is attached using Mini Dimensionals. To decorate the inside of the slider I attached a piece of the same pattern Christmas Tidings Designer Series Paper. I stamped and die cut several of the same leaves, flowers and berries as I did for the front and layered them onto the Designer Series Paper. I tied my Chocolate Slider closed with a length of Cherry Cobbler and Gold Metallic Edged Ribbon.

Isn’t this cute? These make great Christmas table decorations or stocking fillers. Tomorrow I have a slider for a larger chocolate to share with you.

Bye for now,

Kris

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