Sunday, 3 February 2008

Not quite what it seems

This is why you should take your pictures in daylight. I'm really annoyed with myself about this because I didn't leave enough time to get a photo during the day. 

I made this as a prize for my workshop - a Valentine's card and 5-10-15-20 box (click here for instructions) filled with red heart chocolates (Sainsbury's; I think they were 79p for about 10-12). The card is embellished with one of the chocolates, too. 

What you can't see is that I stamped the background of both the card and the box with large red hearts and small red flowers. Honest, I did! 

Stamps: Simply Said (p39)
Cardstock: Real Red, Basic Black, Whisper White
Ink: Real Red, Basic Black
Accessories: Scallop Circle Punch (p80), 1 3/8” circle punch (p80), gingham ribbon – black (p86), gingham ribbon – red (p86), Stampin’ Write marker – Real Red, brads – silver, red tissue paper shredded in paper shredder, chocolates from Sainsbury's. 

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13 comments:

  1. I love it, love it, love it. Gorgeous colours and the box is so cute. Great prize.

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  2. Love it , what a great set !

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  3. What a fun prize!! Mmmm...chocolate!

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  4. Now that has the wow factor!
    It's a great prize.

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  5. I still like it... I know what you mean about picture taking... really could use the sun out alittle longer..

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  6. Very impressive in this vibrant red! I can see a bit of the hearts on the background after enlarging the photo.
    Gorgeous!

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  7. I love it!! I never think to take pictures during the day, LOL! It's always a "crud, I forgot" and hurry to do it!

    It's lovely though- really!

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  8. I believe you - really I do! Love this and not just because it has a chocolate on it! CC

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  9. Very cute once again. I love the way you put the chocolate on there. I would have never thought about that :)

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