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Large Chocolate Slider

December 3, 2021

This week on my Facebook Live I showed how to create chocolate sliders in two different sizes. Today’s chocolate slider features a 180g or family sized chocolate. I stamped with the greeting from the Poinsettia Petals stamp set onto the top of Basic White card using Soft Suede ink. I embossed this panel using the Stitched Greenery Die (I had to do it twice so I made sure that the join would be covered by my decoration) and attached it to the Basic White base panel. I stamped two large and two medium poinsettias from the Poinsettia Petals stamp set onto Blushing Bride card using Soft Suede ink and cut them out using the co-ordinating Poinsettia Die. I sponged a little Soft Suede ink onto the centre of the flowers and added some Wink of Stella before layering them together and attaching them to the slider front panel.

I stamped the large leaf from the Poinsettia Petals stamp set three times onto Soft Suede card using Soft Suede ink. The leaves are cut out using the co-ordinating Poinsettia Die. I also cut Mint Macaron card three times using the berry die from the Poinsettia Dies.

I layered the leaves and berry dies around the flowers. Lastly I added some Gold Glitter Enamel Dots (retired) to the centre of the flowers. To decorate the inside panel, I embossed Basic White card once more using the Stitched Greenery Die and before attaching two medium flowers, two large leaves and three berry dies. The flowers, leaves and dies were created in the same manner at the ones on the front of the slider.

I think these would make great gifts, don’t you? You can get more information on how to create these on my Facebook Page.

Bye for now,

Kris

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