Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Stampin' Up! More Than Chocolate

Stampin' Up! More Than CHocolate for the Paper Players Sketch Challenge 390

It's a sketch challenge this week at The Paper Players.
Here's the sketch

I love chocolate and I love the sentiments in this stamp set. This is the first chance of have had to use it and it's already retiring!
The set has a circle and a heart. I definitely wanted the heart for the shape on this sketch challenge. Because I 💗 Chocolate!

This set has a lot of different options for creating the chocolate candies. I went with Chocolate Chip and Crumb Cake classic Stampin' Ink.  Just hearing the names of these colors makes me hungry. Some chocolate chip coffee cake with crumb topping would be so yummy.

I opted not to use the set of stamps that would have added some little squiggly's to each chocolate. Many years ago, I took my children on a tour of at Moore's chocolates. The tour guide explained that each little squiggly is not for decoration but to tell what type of chocolate is inside.

The chocolates on my card have squigglies with no color so you just have to guess what type of filling is on the inside. Go ahead close your eyes and pretend your favorite flavor is melting in your mouth.  Yumm... I can taste the toffee in mine!
For the card base, I used Chocolate Chip cardstock. It one of my favorites and it is being retired so I have been using it every chance I get. I stamped 3 of the sentiments in Chocolate Chip Classic Stampin' Ink to create the background. 
I used the Ticket Teaborderer punch to create the strips to add to the blushing bride and the heart was fussy cut.
If you would like to try this card there is a supply list at the bottom. If  you want to see what others craters create with this sketch, you can see them all at The Paper Players

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Happy Stampin'!

Stampin' Up! products used to create this card:

Ticket Tear Border Punch


  1. What a sweet way to use this sketch. :-). I like the way you've stamped the sentiment all over the background - subtle, yet effective. I did not know that the squiggle was not just decoration! Thanks for joining us at The Paper Players this week.

  2. Ooh I love this card, Brenda! Chocolate - yes, please! I love your heart shaped box and the awesome stamped background. Thanks for playing along with us this week at The Paper Players!