I've discovered that chocolate isn't just for eating. Some people actually bathe in it!
In the picture above, visitors paint chocolate on their cheeks while they enjoy a chocolate bath in Hakone, Kanagawa, Japan.
In Japan, women customarily gift chocolates to men on Valentine's Day and the hot spring offers the bath till March 31 to celebrate the day.
That's a little bit weird, in my book.
Anyway, no weirdness here, just a sweet little taggers size sampler for you to enjoy! You are getting 6 (800 x 800, .jpg) papers in this sampler, along with 25 .png elements: 2 frames, 2 chocolate candies, 1 balloon, 1 bow, 1 brad, 1 button, 1 choco-heart line, 1 chocolate bar, 1 chocolate cluster, 1 chocolate heart, 1 choco-lollie, 1 choco-pop, 1 choco-shoe, 1 cookie, 1 cuppie cake, 1 flower, 1 heart strings bling curtain, 1 kiss, 1 love birds, 1 plush bear, 1 ribbon, 1 tag, and 1 word art.
And all of it looks just about good enough to eat!
If you know someone who is interested in this kit , please direct them to my blog where they can download their own copy. Free to use is NOT the same thing as free to share. My graphics are copyright protected.
Plus I already pay for premium download service so you don't have to wait for your freebies, and the links stay here FOREVER, so you don't have to put this kit anywhere else to share it, just link to this post.
To download from MediaFire, click HERE.
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If you've gotta go, you might as well go happy and with this Chocolicious Valetine's Day digital taggers kit, you'll find all sorts of sweet dreams to make your passing pleasant!
Perfect for Valentine's Day, it can double as an everyday kit as well. It starts out with 30 delicious (800 x 800, .jpg) papers, and adds in 132 sugar rushed elements - enough to satisfy the most demanding of sweet-tooths.
Even the 5 bows, brads, buttons, heart shaped frames and tags are edible, along with 10 chocolate candies, 6 chocolate hearts, 5 frames, 5 round frames, 5 balloons, 5 choco-heart lines, 5 choco-lollies, 5 choco-pops, 5 choco-shoes, 5 candy flowers, 5 kisses, 5 ribbons, 4 chocolate bars, 4 cookies, 4 cuppie cakes, 4 word arts, 3 chocolate clusters, 3 chocolate swirls, 2 chocolate covered strawberries, 2 wine glasses, 1 bottle chilled champagne (not chocolate, but very romanic!), 1 box of chocolates, 1 chocolate train, 1 chocolatier sign, 1 diamond & ruby curtain, 1 dove (the winged kind, not the chocolate kind), 1 heart shaped box, 1 heart strings bling curtain, 1 hearts & beads curtain, 1 paid of chocolate love birds, 1 love letter, and 1 plush bear.
Plus if the chocolate isn't enough, I've made sure you get your cute overload for the day by including 3 "Fluffy Red" posers created by (c)Perfect Posers.
It's all dark, sweet, and lethal and it's all waiting for you! Saved to 300 DPI so it's suitable for blogwear, online stationary and smaller print jobs, as well as tags galore. Personal only please.
Oh and the best part? It's calorie free so it won't wreck your New Year diet plans!
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Need some inspiration? Check out this awesome tag by Mistress Rose called Sweetheart:
You can find the tutorial for it at Rose's Tuts and Tags. Many of the elements she used in the tag are available in the sampler!
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