How to make a chocolate coin Christmas card

Chocolate and Christmas go hand-in-hand, and our very own Angela Poole has designed this Christmas card to bring two of our favourite festive treats together (chocolate and card making!). You can find simple step-by-step instructions below, as well as a full list of what you’ll need. Enjoy!

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You’ll need: 
Red card blank
12x12in patterned papers
Chocolate coins
Stripy ribbon
Corner rounder punch
Double-sided tape
Repositional adhesive

Step 1:
Cover the front of a red card blank with patterned paper. Round off the corners with a corner rounder punch.

Step 2:
Cover one side of each of the foil-covered chocolate coins with double-sided tape. Attach a piece of patterned paper to each of the coins and trim away the excess paper.

Step 3:
Cut the end of a strip of patterned paper into a V-shape. Back it with a large piece of kraft card and snip a V into it to match the patterned paper. Attach it to the left edge of the card.

Step 4: 
Arrange the coins over the card to make a Christmas tree shape. Fix them in place with a repositional adhesive, so they’re easy to remove, but strong enough to stay on the card when it’s standing up.

Step 5:
Add a piece of stripy ribbon for the tree trunk, and layer on the greetings.


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