Cocoa in July?


Ashley came to me this morning saying, “Mommy, I checked the temperature. It’s only 74 degrees, can I please have hot cocoa?” I still have a cup of coffee most mornings, so who am I to deny the child hot cocoa in the mid of summer?


This little pouch is made with Lesley’s newest Vintage Winter Signage set. I’m picturing cute teacher and neighbor gifts with this in the coming months. The body of the pouch is 4.25″ x 11″ – scored at 5″ and 6″, it’s folded up in a U shape with a 1″ wide base at the bottom. Then a Suede Brown topper is fitted over the top to close it up. You could use a velcro dot or ribbon to keep the pouch tight. A glue dot or two on the inside holds the cocoa snug as the sides are open.

  • Stamps: Winter Vintage Signage & Daisy Chain Scrapblock (TM) both from Cornish Heritage Farms
  • Cardstock: Super Smooth White, Intense Pink & Suede Dark Brown Prism – available from Cornish, as well
  • Ink: Brilliance Pearlescent Chocolate
  • Accs: Copic Markers, Inksentials White Gel Pen – Ranger, Scalloped Petite Ovals Nestabilities – Spellbinders, May Arts Ribbon from Jody Lynn and bling, bling bling KaiserCraft

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