Did that title catch your attention? Not candy, but a chocolate card.
The limited supplies challenge on SCS today was to make a card using no white or vanilla card stock. That is actually not too difficult, since there are so many choices of card stock in light colors. I chose to use a combination of creamy caramel, close to cocoa and chocolate chip, in both ink and card stock, using a picture from Diane's blog as my inspiration. This card also fits Tracy's January blog challenge to use something new that we received for Christmas.
These flower stamps I used were a Christmas present from my husband - 3 Step Daisy from Kitchen Sink Stamps. The flower is 3 separate stamps that when stamped on top of each other give dimension and color to the flower. The leaves have only 2 steps. The flower is stamped in creamy caramel, close to cocoa and chocolate chip. I stamped the center in black, but it really doesn't show, because I covered it with cinnamon stickles. The leaves are stamped in creamy caramel and chocolate chip. I added the swirl from Priceless and the sentiment is from a retired set called Noteworthy.
I pierced around the leaves and flowers, added brads and folded ribbon. The main image panel is raised on mounting tape.
Supplies: stamps: priceless, noteworthy (SU), 3 step daisy (Kitchen Sink Stamps)
ink: creamy caramel, close to cocoa, chocolate chip, basic black
paper: creamy caramel, close to cocoa, chocolate chip
other: cinnamon stickles (Ranger), brads, piercing tool & mat, chocolate grosgrain ribbon, mounting tape
I hope you've all been having a great week. Thanks for stopping by.