Wednesday, 19 November 2014

Hot Chocolate Gift Card

It's getting close to Christmas and I always have a look for a different type of gift card to make.  I have a Pinterest board of different types and the one I've chosen had a chocolate bar inside. I thought I would change this to hot chocolate sachets and I've also added a pocket for a gift card.

I've used the following materials to create this card:

  • Card, vellum and ribbon from my stash
  • Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink 'Frayed Burlap'
  • Core'dinations Tim Holtz Distress Card
  • BoBunny designer papers
  • MelJen's Designs image 'Cocoa Cupcake'
  • ProMarkers - Satin, Pastel Beige, Sandstone, Caramel, Cocoa, Burnt Sienna, Henna, Walnut, Berry Red, Tea Green, Mint Green & Pine

I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:
  1. 613 Avenue Create - #98 Anything Goes
  2. Brown Sugar - #120 Anything Goes
  3. Crafting When We Can - #82 Use Your Markers
  4. Creative Fingers - #56 Anything Goes
  5. MelJen's Designs - #236 Hot Chocolate
  6. Sister Act - #83 Anything Goes
  7. That Craft Place - Anything Goes
  8. The Corrosive Challenge - #212 Girly
  9. The Crafter's Cafe - #91 Anything Goes


  1. Yummy gift card holder! Thanks for joining us at The Corrosive Challenge!

  2. Toll gemacht, bin begeistert
    glg Gertrude

  3. How Creative! I love it. Thanks for joining us at CWWC, however, you have entered too many challenges to be eligible for ours. I do hope you will join us again soon. Hugs, Robin

  4. Great idea and it looks wonderful. Thanks for sharing with us at the Brown Sugar challenge. Barb

  5. Great little pressie! Fabulous creation! Thanks for joining us at That Craft Place. Erin xx

  6. Love the pocket on the inside for the gift card while still giving a little something too! The image was the perfect choice for this card. =)

    Thank you for joining us this week at Meljen’s Designs for our Hot Chocolate challenge!

  7. This is a fabulous idea I might steal it! Thanks for joining us at the Crafters Cafe Challenge & good luck!


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I am always trying to improve my colouring and cardmaking skills and constructive feedback is always welcomed.

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