todays #Tutorial is a chocolate card, perfect to give away! I did it with papper from Hunkydory and cardstock that I bought in Tesco here in Thailand, it is 180 gsm and A4 and smells a little bit of perfume (typical thai), they also lustre a little bit.
Cut 1 cardstock in 4 7/8" x 6 3/4" for this small Lindt chocolate bar. ( I made 2 to make another card)
Score and fold at 1 1/2", 1 7/8", 4 1/8" and 4 1/2"
Punch the edge of your choice on the side that you had score at 1 1/2".
Cut 2 pieces 7/8" x 2 3/8", and Score at 1" and 1 3/8"
Decorate the inside of the card, I use some of
my Hunkydory papper in pink, brown and gold.
Glue or tape the 2 pieces of the punched side of the card to make a pocket for the chocolate bar.
Don't forget the tiny little piece in the middle.
Glue or tape the 2 ribbon on each side of the "outside" of the card.
Decorate the outside of the card with some matching cardstock.
Cut/emboss 1 pice of #Spellbinders Lacey Circles S4-293 in gold cardstock. And also punch out a decoration for the inside of the card, it has to be flat. This one is from Stumpin Up.
Cut/embosse 1 pice of "Spanish collection - Seville" from Sue Wilson use the smallest die on paper or cardstock.
I made a flower from petals from my "stash".
I glue the flowers and the "Seville" pices in to the card, ready to wright my message on it to the reciver.
Hope that you like the tutorial and that it was easy to understand.
I would likte to have some constructive criticism so I can be better in the future!