Wednesday, December 1, 2010

My First Cocoa

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When I went stamping with my blog friends a couple weeks ago, Korin very kindly allowed us to stamp some of her Sweet & Sassy images, and one of them was Cocoa in a teacup! I practiced using my Copics on him, and was just about ready to make him into a project when I saw she started a Cocoa challenge blog! So here is my first Cocoa for C4CC1:

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I was “cleaning” my stamp room yesterday and came across these nice lined goodie bags, so I thought this would be perfect to fill with some hot chocolate, cookies, candy…I haven’t quite decided yet! I covered the front of the bag with some Eskimo Kisses DP and made a tag with a PTI set, added some diecut snowflakes and Glimmer brads, and I think I’m all set!

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Cocoa sure is cute! Okay, gotta run, the baby wants fed! Email me if you have questions!

10 comments:

  1. Oh My Gosh, this is SOoo cute!! I love what you've done with Cocoa on this treat bag! Those glittered brads look perfect with the snowflakes! Long live Cocoa :)

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  2. Very cute! That will make a wonderful gift for someone.

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  3. It's adorable! Great job and what a sweet gift!

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  4. This is sooo sweet :)!! Love it! I had to chuckle when I read Carol's comment...."Long live Cocoa." LOL

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  5. This is darling. I was wondering how to package some of the baking gifts I have, this may be the best/most economical way to go.
    Thanks for sharing with us.

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  6. What a great decorated bag. Love cute Cocoa. Great coloring. :o)

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  7. Little Cocoa is so sweet - great job on the bag - I know whoever receives it will love it!

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  8. Love what you did with Cocoa!! That will make an awesome gift!

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  9. Turned out adorable! Love all the added snowflakes too. Someone will be very lucky to get this. Thanks for playing with us on the first C4C Challenge

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