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Spotlight with Lisa - Basket Bunch Candy Bar Card

Those of you that follow my blog will get a chuckle from this card because you KNOW how MUCH I love chocolate!  ((smile)) 

Saturday's "Spotlight with Lisa" live Facebook event was so much fun - because it revolved around this card!

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My chocolate card was created using the same Bundle of products included with this month's Studio Stamps in the Mail package - the Basket Bunch Bundle (stamp set and coordinating framelits). 

In addition to this fun card, the March Studio Stamps in the Mail pre-cut supplies will include 4 additional designs to create 4 Easter cards, 2 thank you cards and 2 all occasion cards.  

Last day to order March 2017 Studio Stamps in the Mail, Basket Bunch candy bar card, chocolate, Stampin’ Up!, card, paper, craft, scrapbook, rubber stamp, hobby, how to, DIY, handmade, Live with Lisa, Lisa’s Stamp Studio, Lisa Curcio, www.lisasstampstudio.com

Be sure to order your March Studio Stamps in the Mail by TODAY, Monday, March 6th.

Studio Stamps in the Mail, stamps, framelits, precut supplies, video and PDF tutorial, accessories and a free Sale-A-Bration* product shipped right to your home. Lisa's Stamp Studio, www.lisasstampstudio.com

Read all about Studio Stamps in the Mail, what's included and what you'll need by clicking HERE or on the image below.

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You can find more pictures of this card, along with cutting dimensions below.    

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Cutting Dimensions:
Chocolate Chip cardstock (base): 5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
Chocolate Chip cardstock (candy bar base): 2 1/4" x 3 1/4"
Chocolate Chip cardstock: scraps to die cut & punch
Very Vanilla cardstock (layer) 4" x 5 1/4"
Very Vanilla cardstock: scrap to punch
Moroccan Designer Series Paper: 1 1/2" x 2 1/4"

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My online ordering REWARDS are exclusive, fun and provide you with lots of freebies!  Read all about my REWARDS program HERE!  

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Nana Vonne

Lisa, what a SO REAL looking Chocolate Bar card. Now, make note that this is coming from
someone who DOES NOT like Chocolate, but this is so cute and I will be making similar for
some Easter Cards myself. Even though I may not like the stuff, I am married to someone
who does like it, along with friends, so I do try and take that all into consideration when making
my cards. Ha Ha Here is wishing you and Bob the Builder HAPPY EASTER a month early.

Lisa's Stamp Studio

Ohhh, Nana Vonne, I wish I didn't like chocolate. It's my 'enemy'. It's also the reason I continue to go to the gym to work out 3 times a week! LOL :D Thank you for the Easter wishes. I truly appreciate you and following my blog. Happy Easter to you and yours as well!

Donna Sicafuse

Chocolate bar looks so real could take a bite also. Is so cute---thanks for sharing and going to make for sure.

Lisa's Stamp Studio

Hi Donna! So glad you like the card. Thanks for watching and stopping by to leave me a comment. Now I want more chocolate, too! :D

Janice

Just watched the video on your blog....that card is adorable!! Can't wait to try it. Thanks!
It was nice chatting with you last night :)

Lisa's Stamp Studio

So glad you liked it, Janice! It was so great to put a voice with a name. Loved getting the opportunity to talk with you. Thanks for following my blog and leaving a comment.

Patti Farrell

What is the size of the small frramelit,, I don't have that set. Love love your candy bar card.

Lisa's Stamp Studio

Hi Patti! I used the smallest square framelit which measures 7/8" x 7/8". I hope that helps. So glad you liked the card.

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