You may have seen the *really* expensive, novelty chocolate bars that you can buy. I used this beautiful gold foil, Christina Re paper, and a family block of chocolate to make my own. You could add any funny sayings, tags or labels that you like.
Ok..so Easter eggs is a pretty obvious one. But I think a lot of people would appreciate being able to make and wrap their own Easter eggs.
If you're really speedy...there's still time to make one of these from last year ;)
A really cute idea for those on a "lifestyle change" ;)
My kids helped with this one. It's an Easter Egg Piniata of course. Made with a balloon, papier mache, then fill with easter goodies. It has its own perfectly matching embellies, thanks to that gorgeous purple foil. No problems putting the foil in your craft punches!!
A hard boiled egg for kids lunch boxes...
I really went to town here on this card. I adhered the foil to one side only of JAC (sticky paper) and then stuck to some felt. Put it in my sewing machine for a cool, quilted effect. It was easy.. as I just followed the embossed lines on the foil!
..Another greeting card
I've had this tea cup chocolate mould in my cupboard for ages - Have never been able to use until now - I had no idea where to find foil for chocolates. Hope you have as much fun as I did ;)