4 February 2009

Beautiful chocolate treats anyone?

What a silly question! I learnt to make these at my upline Jacque's stamp class last week & thought what a great idea so passed it onto my downline tonight. Jacque's efforts can be seen HERE and this will also be one of the wee projects that you will be making if you come to my Valentine's class next week.

Take one square of chocolate as below, decorate & viola! And yes I have changed my blade.
I made this one at class last week using the very delectable Love Owl-ways which is in our Summer Mini catalogue.

Cutting dimensions:
Whisper white: 6-1/4" x 4-1/4" (score at 2" from both ends) & 2-1/2" x 1-1/2"
Contrast colour: 2-5/8" x 1-5/8" & 4-1/4" x 1" (to be scalloped edged)
Ribbon: approx. 15"
Punches: Scallop edge border & slit punch

The ones that the WOW paperKRafters created used what I think is the most versatile of the hostess sets For A Friend which was perfect for this project. Contact ME if you'd like to know how to earn this stamp set for free.

I made this colour combo for Trudi at NZSU blog as she wanted us to be creative with Regal Rose, Rose Red, Certainly Celery & Whisper White (what a yummy combo).

Clare's treat holder:
Debbie's:
& another one from me:
They almost look too good to eat (almost I said).

8 comments:

Sharon said...

Soooo cute Karen. I hope you don't mind if I CASE this idea for my Valentine's class this weekend.

Janet said...

soooooooo cute!!! love them!!

Michelle said...

Oh these are sooo sweet! Thanks for the measurements Karen.

Denise Ibbett said...

Yum! Love this - wish I had come to the class now. The all look very lovely - well done everyone!

Denise Ibbett said...

Yum! Love this - wish I had come to the class now. The all look very lovely - well done everyone!

Anne said...

Yum! Cute idea

Judy said...

Methinks we are all secret chocoholics! After all we are always devising new ways of making chocolate containers. These are really sweet.

Valems said...

Such a great idea. Very sweet.
I have something for you on my blog.
Hugs, Vanja