It's still making me giggle looking at it! If you are not from the UK, you might not have come across Cadbury's chocolate. It is a scummy yummy 'everyday' kind of chocolate bar. When I lived in Europe, I noticed that the concept of a chocolate bar to snack on didn't really exist as such; chocolate was more a luxury treat. And sorry my American friends, but it beats Hershey's hands down!
The letters were cut out using my Timeless Type alphabet dies... I'm really putting them through their paces this week... and mounted onto Concord Crush card, the closest purple to Cadbury's purple. The fold of the card is like a Shadow Box card, with each end scored twice and then stuck together to give the dimension to fit the chocolate bar in on the back piece of card. The chocolate is attached with a bit of double-sided tape. I have, as the sentiment suggests, secured acetate over the aperture.
Card: Concord Crush, Whisper White
Other: acetate, Timeless Type Junior Alphabet dies, Simply Scored board, chocolate bar
The card is ever so easy to make, and I'm sure it will go down well with its recipient, but there is one major drawback... I got so tempted by making a card incorporating a chocolate bar, I just had to go and help myself to a bar to munch on while working!
I'd like to enter it into the 'anything goes' challenges at Try It On Tuesday and Paper Crafting Journey.
I'm continuing the culinary theme with today's picture: