Just Add Chocolate Wrappers!

This week at Just Add Ink we have a really fun theme challenge (well all our challenges are always fun lol)!

Jo has challenged us to use the colour combo of our favourite chocolate wrapper! Perfect especially for Easter.

Guess what my favourite chocolate bar is? Yep A Nestle Milky Bar. Well I do like Cherry ripes too but milky bars have been my favourite since I was a small child and got pocket money! I went off it for awhile though as I made myself sick from eating 2 large blocks of Milky bar chocolate at the movies once. Not a great idea when you are 10!

This card is for one of my card class ladies who is celebrating her 50th Wedding Anniversary this weekend with family. Happy Anniversary Gloria and Gary!

The flower is the blossom party die which I have stamped with Wonderfully Worn background stamp which Ive just got. The other flower set is greenhouse garden which Ive just got as well as part of my Managers bonus for achieving that status. Gotta love free! You get $350 to spend on anything. I spent it on two stamp sets and a Big shot for last months promotion..

The sentiment is from teeny tiny sentiments. You can see Ive used the mat pack on the inside and out.


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  1. nikki

    I absolutely love this Delys! you have aced this one, the colours, layers and flower are devine. So glad l already have this set, will be casing this one for sure.


  2. Kathy Tanner

    Your card is really beautiful Delys. I love the way you’ve done the edge, it’s so pretty. That flower looks fantastic too, I may have to buy that die.
    The chocolate doesn’t appeal to me – but your card definitely does 🙂


  3. Kim Badelt

    Ok I confess I do love a bit of milky way – just one little piece every now again – yummo! Love how delicate your card turned out and that flower border down the side – gorgeous!!!


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