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Chocoholic with Sweet 'N Sassy

Okay.... I admit it.... I am a chocoholic... and I had to have the Chocoholic digital stamp set from Sweet 'N Sassy Stamps.





Don't these chocolates look yummy? You get this image and some other wonderful, chocolaty images in the Chocoholic digital stamp set.





I also decided to used Chocoholic Sentiments on the inside of my card.



Have a great day! I am off to find some chocolate. Please stop by the Sweet 'n Sassy digi blog to see some of the other projects posted there.



Challenges:

Supplies:

  • Images: Chocoholic & Chocoholic Sentiments by Sweet N' Sassy stamps
  • Papers & CS: KI Memories Paisley Parade DP, Stampin' Up Chocolate Chip CS, Georgia Pacific CS
  • Inks: None
  • Tools: Spellbinders Nestabilities, Big Shot, Paper piercing tool, Copic & Prismacolor markers, crochet hook
  • Embellishments: Crochet flower, DMC, MFT & PTI buttons, Sakura glitter pens

Comments

jaimie said…
Hi Cheryl,

Wauw!! that card is lovely and the chocolate-stamp, very nice, look like real chocolate!

Greetings, jaimie
Karen B. said…
They do look yummy! Fabulous coloring!
Yum! This is a great card! Love the image and the sentiment, all just perfect for any occassion.
chris said…
Hi cheryl, talk about yummy, these really are yummylicous. hugs chris xx
dragonllew said…
Great card Love the sentiment thanks for joining us at Donna's Den & good luck.
Jenny x
Rachel Hope said…
YUM!!! Looks delish! Thanks for playing along with the Cupcake Inspiration Challenge this week!
Kimberly S said…
That is one yummy looking card Cheryl! Beautiful job making the chocolate look so real! :)
Faye said…
Oooooooooh! Love it. Need choklit now! You are a bad influence! xx
Meg said…
Wow, fantastic coloring on those chocolates! What a great card!
Marlene said…
Oh boy - you could have taken a photograph of those chocolates...they're colored THAT well!!! WOW~~

And now I have an extreme chocolate craving.
Now that is what I call sweet, wonderful card. Thanks for joining us at Donna's Den of Crafts. Good luck on the challenge.
Wow Cheryl, fantastic colouring, they do look real, and I love your sentiment, hugs Liz xx
Emma said…
A very yummy card, the chocs look fabulous and gorgeous papers.
Thanks for joining us at CYDA and good luck.
Hugs Emma x
www.craftyemmasstore.co.uk
Oh yummy yummy yummy!!! You've got me craving chocolate at 7:40am now!!!! You will be held responsible for all the chocolate I eat today!
Those are just jumping right off the card! Love the sentiment too!
Perfect :)
Maria!!!
1CardCreator said…
Oh Yum! This card is totally delicious! I love the sentiment and you colored this so well it looks good enough to eat! Thanks for sharing. ~Diane
Pops x said…
This is really beautiful, i love the colours that you have chosen so fab, big hugs Pops x x x
Pat (mspfd) said…
Holy Moly! Your coloring is so lifelike... my mouth is warering, yum!
Annika said…
Well, your love of chocolate definitely shows as those treats look positively real! Gorgeous card - and absolutely perfect for so many occasions!
Hugs
Annika
Ida said…
Yum! Delightful card. Lots of great details. Thanks for playing along with the Cupcake Inspiraton Challenge.
Kathy said…
This is such a fun image and sentiment combo. Love you coloring, looks so real! Now I need to go find some chocolate, too.
Lisa said…
Your card made me hungry:) Very pretty! Thanks for joining us at Cupcake Inspiration!
Karin said…
These chocolates look sooo yummy! Fab card and I love the inside sentiment!
Mel X said…
Oooh, those choccies look well yummy. Super layout.

Thanks for joining us for our first challenge at CYDA, I hope you come back and see us again soon. Good luck.

Mel X

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