Monday, October 8, 2012

My dark side is chocolate card

Hi Y'all, Monica sharing with you today.  This project could either be a card or the beginning of an altered book tip-in.

Spritz cardstock with Dylusions Ink Spray, Bubblegum Pink and Crushed Grape to create 5x7" background. Stamp House Mouse image with Brilliance Graphite Black ink and Ranger Gold detail embossing powder. Color image with Sakura gel pens, Inkssentials white pen, and Tombow markers. Scribble on scrap paper with gel pen and use water brush to wash color on the chocolate box. Trim closely to remove background images around chocolate box portion of image. Stamp candy portion of stamp twice on scrap paper. Color and trim closely. Stack and glue pieces together to create a raised candy piece. Stamp truffles pile portion of another House Mouse image on scrap paper. Color with markers and trim closely. Use Crystal Lacquer on frosting on truffles and bitten chocolate on Mouse image. Stamp saying from Quietfire Design and cut out with Spellbinders Fancy Tags Two. Use VersaMark pen and Ranger Gold embossing powder on frame of tag. Spritz with Dylusions Bubblegum Pink. Wipe embossed frame with tissue. Attach lace and ribbon to background with Be Creative Double-Sided Tape. Attach chocolate box, tag and truffles with pop dots. Add pearl floursish.

Enabler's List:
My Dark Side is Chocolate (set of three cravings)
Dylusions Ink Spray, Bubblegum Pink, Crushed Grape
Spellbinders Shapeabilities, Fancy Tags Two
Be Creative Double-Sided Tape

It's a cold, wet morning here.  I hope everyone has a box of chocolates and a snuggly spot to get cozy.  Is it too early to start thinking about spring?



Robyn said...

The quote looks great in that fancy tag.
And oh the truffles...YUM!

Quietfire said...

Oh, dear. I'm feeling the need for chocolate. Love the ginghamy look for the kitchen - and great to know that stamps fit in the Fancy Labels Two. And I just love little mousies.... vbg! This satisfies my cute craving. Now where is the chocolate?

Holly said...

Yummy Monica, and I love how rich the Dylusions Ink Spray is. The quote is perfect too with your images. Very cute card!

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