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Monday, 10 February 2014

Inchie and Christmas Card

Hi All. Hope you are safe and well and not flooded out with all of this rain. We haven't done too badly here at all so far so I am keeping my fingers crossed. Thank you for the kind comments about my eye. It is a lot better now and I have been able to do a little bit of crafting thank goodness.

At Every Inchie Monday this week the theme is chocolate. I always love to see the chocolate fountains and the endless stream of chocolate that flows through them. I have never tried any of it but maybe one day I will.




I can smell the chocolate from here

The next project is my Christmas Card for 52 Christmas Card Throwdown where there is a colour challenge this time



My card is mostly digital papers and images though the centre word 'snow' is decoupaged and I added some yellow jewels to the centre of the snowflakes.The papers were Clarey Holly-Jolly but I have had the file for a very long time so not sure if they are still available.

I will be joining Marina with this card for her Christmas Challenge as well.

Hope you have a lovely day. I will be watching the Winter Olympics Curling hopefully.

Love Chrissie x

26 comments:

  1. Your Christmas card is really lovely, jolly and bright. The inchie is lovely, but looks like temptation. I used to have chocolate fountain, but gave it away, as I didn't use it much and bananas dipped in melted chocolate are so yummy....glad your eye is better! Hugs, Valerie

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  2. Oh yummo! Mmmmm chockie fountain.

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  3. What a yummy inchie Chrissie ! Can smell the chocolate too ! And I love the papers you have chosen for your card ! Love dots !!! Hugs, blessings and love from Catherine

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  4. A delicious looking chocolate fountain - you've made it look very glossy and tempting. Love seeing your Christmas cards as well as your inchies.Love this one with the fab colours and spots.

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  5. These fountains are big over here! But I am sad to say I will not ever eat out of one, there is a local restaurant that has these fountains & I was kinda excited about trying it, when I got up to it I saw these young boys getting their fruit ready for the fountain and I decided to pass after seeing one of the boys stick his finger in the fountain, lick it off and then do it again. But still they are really nice to think about lol and yours is very lovely!

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  6. Fabulous chocolate fountain!!!! Strawberries are delicious dipped in if you get a chance xxx

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  7. Fab fountain! Mucho calories sliding onto my tongue as I look at it!

    Sally

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  8. joli résultat, très inventif et jolie interprétation du challenge, merci de jouer avec nous a 52 cct, biz

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  9. You wouldn't believe it Chrissie, but I was actually thinking of having a small piece of chocolate before I came to your blog! And yes! Thank you, you have it! LOL! Yummy inchie! Also love your Christmas card with the pretty polka dots! Hugs, Ira x
    Ira’s Crea Corner

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  10. Thanks for joining in with us this week at 52CCT - your card is lovely with its beautiful polka dots and gold snowflakes - Jacqueline xx

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  11. LOVE all those polka dots!!! And the gold snowflakes are the perfect accent! Thanks for joining us at 52CCT! :) HUGS and have a great week! Mynn xx

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  12. These are brilliant Chrissie, the chocolate looks wonderful (doesn't it always)and I love your dotty Christmas card xx

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  13. Oooh a chocolate fountain, perfect and a Christmas card already!! At this rate you'll have them all done by Christmas!!

    Sam xxx

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  14. I can almost taste that chocolate fountain, two fantastic pieces.
    Yvonne x

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  15. Chrissie, your Christmas card is quite wonderful - love the polka dots. Your inchie is certainly delicious looking. I love chocolate, too, in just about any consistency.

    Hugs,
    Marianne xo

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  16. The fountain is beautiful! I love it! I also love the Christmas card. I love to make cards also so it is fun to see other people's ideas.

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  17. Slurp!!!! That chocolate and some strawberries, would hit the spot right about now!!! Nice job!! :0) Share Humanity

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  18. Oh, yum... chocolate fondue, yes please! Only time I ever tried it was at some big RSC do - and it was very more-ish!!

    Great gloss on your melted chocolate, and I love the polka dotty Christmas card.
    Alison xx

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  19. This is a great colour combo. The white spots give a lovely snowy effect, without them being too themed. Great card. And thanks for linking up again - you keep me going.
    Marina

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  20. Love that chocolate fountain. Yummy! And, another great card, although I think most of the country is tired of snow HAHA!

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  21. Oooohh chocolate!!! A delicious inchie. Love the colours of the Christmas card too.
    Lorraine

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  22. I love all the polka dots - they look fab! And the sentiment is the star of the show, accented by those pretty shiny snowflakes.

    Thanks for joining us at 52CCT.

    Hugs,
    Gill x
    52CCT Design Team

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  23. Fabulous chocolate inchie. I can small the chocolate too.

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  24. Love all those polka dots. Fab card, great use of the colours. Thanks for playing along with us at 52 CCT
    Louise xx

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  25. A great idea for your inchie, I don't think I could manage to delve into that.
    Lovely Christmas card as well.

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  26. Great card! I do like the dotty papers and the touch of gold in the snwoflakes! Thanks so much for playing along with 52CCT this week!

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Thank you for all of your comments. Reading them brings precious moments. Isn't it great to be able to be in touch with so many nice people in this way.