Tuesday 9 September 2014

Less is More- Week 188 - Colour Challenge

For this month's colour challenge over at Less is More it's


For a couple of days I thought that was it for me, inspiration had gone for a looooong walk, sigh.

Then, yesterday morning, I stumbled across a pre-printed sentiment - out of which this card was born washed out piccie but I weren't up to doing a whole repeat routine, sorry:
I used:

- Hunkydory slightly 'flittered' mint coloured card stock, just folded into A6

- plain chocolate satin ribbon, topped with narrower chocolate/white spotted organza ribbon

- the sentiment that started it all off - made by Craftwork Cards (many years old now!) and it just about sums up my view on dark 'chocklit'

- five Craftwork cards Candi dots in different shades of chocolate :) You can take the creamy white one if you like - me no likey dose ones - ack, bleurgh!



  1. The dark chocolate is my favourite and allegedly it's supposed to be good for those suffering from ME or fibro - something to do with one of the ingredients. Now I'm off to bed quick smart but I had to leave a comment on this as it's gorgeous. I think I've got some of those messages somewhere still lol and now I fancy a mint Aero. Look after yourself this week and don't worry about commenting Karen x

  2. I can relate to that sentiment - probably why I can't lose weight!!

  3. Clever idea wit the ribbon, now Di.. all have to do is remember it!! I actually have chocolate bans from time to time for obvious reasons :D so can survive without..just! Shaz in Oz.x

  4. Mmmmmmm, chocolate! Your card has certainly got a chocolate feel to it Di x

  5. Oh THANKS Karen . . . now I fancy a mint Aero tooooo!!!!!

    Super sentiment and fabby card Di.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

  6. Hi Di,
    lovely card, and now your talking my language chocolate YUM, YUM.
    Fab sentiment too, and great design.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

  7. Cute card Di! Send all that white choc to me lol, I love it! :)

    Hugs x

  8. Lovely card Di, and maybe you know or not but Belgian chocolates are world famous. So I'm in the right spot ;-)
    Hugs Veerle xxx

  9. What a fun card Di! I love the colors and of course love the sentiment. I shudder to think if there wasn't any chocolate in Heaven!! lol Hugs, Brenda

  10. Great idea and a great sentiment, lovely card.

    KAth x

  11. Haa Haa! Love that sediment! Might have to have a hot choc to go to bed now!

  12. Loved the simplicity on this one, plus all the textures. That sentiment is perfect. I think my MoJo must have run away with yours! (But yours is still there!)TFS & Hugs

  13. Hah! I'm with you on that statement!! I love all the assorted "flavors" of chocolate you added to this great CAS card! Can you imagine a world without chocolate?! Me neither!

  14. I'd be outside those pearly gates stamping my feet too, Di!!! FAB make


  15. Love, love love that sentiment Di ... I'll be in the queue with you!
    Love your take on the challenge
    Thanks so much for sharing and taking part.
    Sarah xx
    Less is More

  16. I think I could go with this sentiment too Di!
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

  17. LOVE that sentiment Di! Fun card
    Thanks so much for joining us at Less is More
    LIM Designer

  18. Mmm...mmmm...good! Chocolate lover here too...but i like the milk chocolate so will save you all the dark ones!

    Great idea to use the enamel dots...they look just like chocolates.
    Sorry i missed this card...just happened to be checking back to enter a card and saw it...too busy this week to pay careful attention...sorry!


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