Sunday, 1 May 2011

Simply Yummy ;D

Hi Sassy fans, can you believe another week has gone by and I'm back again?! No, me neither ;o), but the faster the weeks go, the faster summer gets here right :D! Anyway, I have a little yummy inspiration for you today, you won't believe how hard it was not to eat the chocolate bar before the box was finished and I took the was yummalicious! ;o)

I made a little birthday box which can hold a small present and some chocolate, or a gift card and some chocolate, or...well, you get the idea, it's a chocolate box ;o)

The little cutie on the front is stirring a big pot of extra-special chocolate mix, which tastes soooo delicious you want to eat the whole lot!

Some space on the inside to write a message for the birthday girl :D. It felt weird to not use any flowers, but somehow they just didn't look right...maybe witches don't like flowers?

Materials I used:
Stamps: Simply Sassy stamp "Witches' Cauldron"; sentiments by Papertrey Ink
Paper: Bazzill Basics cardstock; Jillibean Soup design paper "Dutch Mustard Soup"
Embellishments: Papertrey Ink ribbon; Kars adhesive pearls; charm
Tools: Spellbinders Nestabilities Classic Ovals and Scalloped Ovals large
Copics: Sorry, I forgot to write down which ones I used...

That's all from me for now, don't forget to check back later today for Lou's very first post! Have a lovely Sunday, hope to see you all next week :D!
Also, don't forget about the challenge Maria has set you, you can still play along for the next five days! Details can be found under the 23 April posting on page two (sorry, I can't make a link, don't know why...)



  1. Hi Erica
    A gorgeous box love the sassy beautiful colour's,
    Hugs Dianne xx :)

  2. Beautiful Erica !!

    Hugs, sandra xx

    p.s. where's the chocolate now ????? lol lol

  3. Erica, this is beautiful and I love the idea of this little gift box.

  4. Terrific - & absolutely perfect without flowers; it is not missing anything & I love the colours plus the way you have decorated the inside of the box, especially your stamping of part of the image.
    Paula (PEP)

  5. Gorgoeus box, and love the colours you have chosen, not traditional witchy ones.
    Cathy xx