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Saturday, January 7, 2012

Valentine's Day Gift Bag for Cocoa

I created this little bag to enter into a couple of challenges. At Fantabulous Cricut the challenge is named "Warming Up with Hot Cocoa", and you are to use a cup or chocolate or  the color brown on your project. I combined the cocoa idea with a Valentine's Day theme, since it is still cocoa weather in February. Four packets of instant cocoa fit just right.
I also entered it in the Really Reasonable Ribbon blog challenge #39. The challenge is "Sparkle and Ribbon" - create a card, layout, multi media piece, tag, ATC, hair bow, you name it, and use ribbon/lace or trim somewhere on your project.
The polka dot paper is Coordinations Whitewash paper embossed with my Cuttlebug Swiss Dots embossing folder, and used the back, or dark,  side of the paper for the matching shadow cuts. Cricut cartridges used were Wrap It Up, Winter Frolic, New Arrival and Gypsy Wanderings.

6 comments:

  1. How sweet this is-love the hearts on the ribbon ends. Such a cute idea.
    So glad you could join us at
    Really Reasonable Ribbon

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  2. Darling gift bag! The color combo of pink and brown look awesome. Love the litte hearts hanging from that beautiful bow and super cute coffee cup cut:) Love this!
    Thanks so much for joining us in the challenge at FCCB!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  3. I just love this idea, it is the perfect little gift to warm the sole. I love how you used the rhinestones for the steam. Thanks for joining us for Challenge me Monday at FCCB.
    Melanie Makes
    http://melaniemakes.blogspot.com/

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  4. woo hoooo! You are rocking these challenges, so glad to see you out there playing along! I love, love the cocoa gift bag, that is sooooooo cute!!

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  5. This is so sweet! I love the hearts on the end of the ribbon. That is SUCH a great idea!

    Thanks so much for playing along with us at Fantabulous Cricut!

    Kate
    Small Bits of Paper
    smallbitsofpaper @ hotmail.com [remove spaces]

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