Saturday, February 6, 2010

ooooey, goooooey Chocolate!

Welcome to a Saturday edition of a Limelight Project parade. Each month, Mandy challenges the DT to a themed project. This's all things chocolate. I was inspired by the lovely, Nook & Pantry paper by Basic Grey-those strawberries were just calling out for some chocolate! I just adore chocolate covered strawberries...yummmmm! I scored this Martha Stewart punch on clearance at the end of Halloween-seriously, I paid $3.20 for it!!! I love how it looks like real chocolate dripping off the paper. I used Beate's treat pouch tutorial (which was actually something I made at one of my very first SU workshops over 7 years ago. it's so simple to make and such a great way to give a little treat.) and as little Valentine's Day yummies for my boys I'm going to give them each a chocolate covered strawberry placed in a cello bag (if I can fit 2 in there, I will). I made a card to match using the heart (embossed with chocolate craft ink and clear embossing powder-it looks like real chocolate too-mmmmmm) from the Unity Oct. store KOTM, and the sentiment from the Unity Sept. store KOTM. Both of those kits are ON SALE!!! The green gingham and ric rac and button are both at Limelight Papercrafts, too. See what else is on sale-Lots of Goodies, I promise.
Before you do, make sure you see what other oooey, gooooey chocolaty treats the Limelight DT has in store for you.
Limelight Papercrafts Blog ~ Mandy
Altered Ambitions ~ Christi
Caffinated Cropper~ Amy
dahlhouse designs ~ Lisa
Taylor~Made by... ~ JenMarie

ETA: Mandy has posted a Guest DT contest on her blog!!! Check it out!!!!

As always, thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs, Lisa


  1. Oh, yummy goodness!!! Love the dripping chocolate. You're so creative!

    lisa a.

  2. I love this Lisa!! I agree with the other Lisa, I love that dripping chocolate I so need that border punch!!

  3. Oh -- totally adorable!!! WHY don't I think to use my drippy goo punch for chocolate?!?!? So cute! :)

  4. Awesome project and card Lisa! Love the dripping chocolate!

  5. Oh, Lisa! The dripping chocolate?!?!?!? WOW! This would have been a wow project anyway, but that touch really takes it above and beyond! I adore this!

  6. ooooh, Lisa this is fabulous! I love the white stamping on that chocolate colored paper and who would have thought about using that drip punch as chocolate...I LOVE IT! smiles...

  7. i love your pouch and card--i have to try that pouch-tfs!

  8. Ohhh...these look your gooey pouch!!!! So adorable!!!


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