As I promised last week, today I am sharing with you the Chocolate Santa Box that the kids at my Stampin’ Up! Kids Class made for their teachers. I loved this project as it gave the kids the chance to use our Simply Scored Scoring Tool. With a few simple score lines and a couple of cuts, they were able to produce the base for the box to hold the Chocolate Bar.
Santa Chocolate Box
For the base, we used Cherry Cobbler. Added a Whisper White panel for Santa’s shirt and Basic Black Strip for his belt. Silver Foil and Basic Black squares create the buckle on the belt.
Then all that is left to do is add the chocolate block. Pop it in a Gusseted bag and tie it off with the Red or Silver Tinsel Trim from the 2017 Holiday Catalogue.
The great thing about a simple project like this is that the kids love the final result. But they love the fact that they made it more. I love this Chocolate Santa Box and I have had reports from the kids that attended my class that their teachers did too.
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