Project - Cocoa Fudge card

We can't miss out the boys can we - they like chocolate too (even if they won't admit it!)

For this one, print:-

The Cocoa Fudge card image onto linen card (use borderless printing).
The Chocolate extras sheet onto white paper (printer paper will do).

The Chocolate Extras sheet can downloaded for free by clicking here. Click on the link to open the image in Adobe Acrobat reader - if you need it you can download it for free by clicking on the button below.


Cut out the background panel and the recipe card with a craft knife and ruler. Mount the background panel onto an A5 white card blank with double-sided tape.

Stick the recipe card to a larger piece of silver metallic card and trim around with a craft knife and ruler to leave a small border. Add to the large panel with double-sided tape.

The fudge is made with dark brown fun foam which is used 2-layers thick - stick it together with double-sided tape then cut a few squares with a craft knife. Stick to a silver metallic card 'baking tray', then to the card blank with tacky glue or tape.

For the sugar bag, cut out the blue sugar packet from the Chocolate Extras sheet and wrap it around something soft - don't crease the paper as you don't want hard creases for the bag as you do for the icing sugar box. I've wrapped it around a pipe-cleaner that has been folded twice as that's what I had to hand but you may come up with something else! Stick it to the card blank with double-sided tape.

Finally, the 'cocoa' is made with the corner of a card bag which has been folded and taped on one side, then filled with a little gold embossing powder. If you have brown, this is probably even better but the gold used here looks pretty good anyway! To finish the pack, add a little Cocoa label from the Chocolate extras sheet with double-sided tape.

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Products used on the Cocoa Fudge card

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