Sunday, January 20, 2013

Fancy Chocolate Holder

First off... Let me apologize for the quality of the photos.  I was too busy out enjoying our weather, 79 degrees thank you very much lol, that I didn't make it home on time to have nice sun-lit pictures. They'll be replaced tomorrow. EDITED to add newly taken pictures. 


(Space for greeting)

(Where chocolate slides out)

So yes, Happy Sunday!!! I'm excited that tomorrow is a holiday as I'm still trying to fight off my cold. I'm hoping that some rest and a good dose of sun from tomorrow will finally be the end of this cold. Fingers crossed. 

I have another fancy chocolate holder for you. I made one last year for Halloween and my friend loved it sooo much I thought I would make her another one. Although after seeing how this one turned out I'm debating on wether to keep it or not. You know when you make something that you're really proud off and you want to make it one of your to keep pieces. I don't have many of those, I think I have about 2 that I cant seem to part with so if I do keep this one, well then that make #3. I guess that's not bad considering if we keep everything we make then it'll be never ending. Lol.

Ok so for this one, I changed it up slightly. I changed the layout of my attachment, changed out the chocolate (used a special one I got from San Francisco) added flowers, embellishments and I also added dp to the back. Plus I used some extremely awesome kraft paper that sadly I only have 2 sheets of. It's a no name brand I picked up a while back and I still can't find paper that is equally sturdy and nice looking. 

Side Note** If you ever plan on making one of these, make sure you use extremely sturdy card stock and reinforce it from all sides. Oh and you must use great sticky tape, be it red tape or score tape or something equally good.

OK Ladies enjoy the rest of your Sunday. As for me, I'm off to LAX but I'll be back tomorrow with a new Graphicat project and to play blog catch up.

Thanks for stopping by!!

I'm playing with
Kraftin Kimmie - Guest Contest: Use Metal. I Used a metal brad and metal/bronze roses.
Kraftin Kimmie - #162 A Trio of Embellishments. I used 3 beige flowers, 3 pins, 3 mini roses.
7 Kids College Fund - Something New and Old. Old: stamp/paper, New: mini roses/brad.
The Corrosive Challenge - Put a Pin In it
Bunny Zoe's Crafts - Anything Goes

Supplies Used: Kraftin Kimmie Stamp. Prismacolor Pencils. Recollections and Prima flowers. Basic Grey brad. Recollections DP. No Name mini roses, pins and cardstock.


abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Super design! Great trim and details! Carri~Abusybee

Creations by Shirl said...

What a beautiful project... love all the detail and images on this treat holder.....

Rachel Parys said...

I really love this KK stamp! This turned out gorgeous!! Really love the colors you used on this too!!

Denice said...

Very pretty Jess! Love all of the details and the wonderful image you chose! What a treat...inside and out!

Jasmine said...

Oh my goodness, this really is too pretty to give away! So many little details, each of them is perfect. Gorgeous flowers and papers. Thanks so much for sharing at The Corrosive Challenge!

Regan said...

Jess, I love this! What a sensational candy bar holder! Just exquisitely done! Gorgeous flowers & pins! Thanks for joining us at The Corrosive Challenge!

Holly Jackson said...

That is so adorable. What did you use to make the box itself?

Anonymous said...

This is wonderful! I just LOVE everything about it!! So glad you were able to play along with the KKS Challenge, good luck! :)

Amanda R said...

This is fabulous! How nice would it be to receive this and chocolate to boot! Good luck and thanks for playing along with us at Kraftin Kimmies!