Our CPS Sketch 65 sponsor for this week was Sweet and Sassy Stamps; I chose the Chocoholic set to work with since I'm a chocolate lover and had no chocolate stamps. I turned the sketch on its side and made the square a little smaller so that I could use some inchie images on the card front. The focal image was a set of three chocolates, which I stamped and colored three times, with the Copic markers pictured below, in order to get all three inchies.
I tried to color the chocolates to resemble both milk chocolate and dark chocolate varieties, then used some white Liquid Applique (not puffed) on the tops of a couple of the chocolates, and some Sakura Stardust pen on the swirly milk chocolate piece.
The row of pink rhinestones was an afterthought--maybe a bit much, huh? :-) Background is Prism Perfect Baby Pink cardstock, stamped in Versamagic Gingerbread and Jumbo Java inks. I stamped the focal image in Pearlescent Chocolate Brilliance ink because I sometimes get some smearing when I combine my Copics with Versamagic inks. I cut that bottom scallop with my Spellbinders Long Rectangle dies--I love them for scalloping edges! Ribbon is from Reasonable Ribbon. This was a fun set of stamps to play with--thanks, Korin!
Stamps: Chocoholic by Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps
Ink: Gingerbread and Jumbo Java Versamagic; Pearlescent Chocolate Brilliance
Cardstock: Suede Brown Medium, Suede Brown Dark, and Perfect Baby Pink by Prism; Stamper's Select White by PaperTrey Ink
Accessories: brown satin from ReasonableRibbon.com, Mini Dot Twinkle Stickers (rhinestones) by A Muse; Stardust Sakura pen, Liquid Applique
Markers: (Copic) W1, 0, E55, E57, E77
Tools: Spellbinders Long Rectangle Die and Plain and Scalloped square dies, foam tape