Chocolate Covered Paper Strawberries

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These chocolate covered paper strawberries are just the cutest paper craft I have seen in a while. I found the cutting file in the Silhouette online store and immediately downloaded it.

Here’s the supplies I used

1 – 12 x 12 sheet of red cardstock

1 – 6.5 x 12 piece of green cardstock

1 – 3 x 10 piece of brown cardstock

Hot glue & gun

Twine or ribbon

Here are the screen shots from Silhouette Studio. I resized the file to my liking.


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Here are the pieces once cut.

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Fold the strawberry along the perforations and fold into place, gluing the short tab to the petal.

I tied a knot in my twine and then fed the twine through the petals of the strawberry.

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Here’s a shot showing the twine through all the petals.

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Gently but firmly pull tight.

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And secure with a little dab of hot glue.

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Slide the large petal down over the twine and then the smaller petal, securing with a dab of hot glue.

Then fold the chocolate piece along the perorations, fold to create the final shape and glue the tab in place. Then put a few dabs of hot glue on the inside of the chocolate shape and place over the point part of the strawberry, be sure to line up the corners.

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And there you have it, almost good enough to eat!

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The three of these take approximately 20 mins to make.

A great craft while watching a bit of TV.

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These would make great favours too, try putting a couple of Valentine treats inside!

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  1. Oh these are just so cute!!

  2. LindaSonia says:

    Oh my goodness… I have GOT to get a Silhouette!!!!

  3. Adorable! What a great Valentine Craft!
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  4. So cute! We found you via Favorite Friday Linky Party at I’m Not a Trophy Wife.

  5. These are adorable little chocolate dipped strawberries! Love this!

  6. So CUTE, they must be the most wonderful I have ever seen!!! Strawberry with chocolate, oh Sarah you make me longing for summer! Have a lovely day!

  7. Those are so cute! I’d like a Hershey kiss inside each one. Wonder if that would work.
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  8. Visiting from New Nostalgia’s link party…these are SO SWEET!! Love :)
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  9. Adorable!! I so need a Silhouette!!

  10. You always have the coolest, most unusually fun things on your blog. Thanks for this. I’m pinning, of course. Linda
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  11. Those are just too cute!
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  12. Very cute!
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  13. They are so cute, and you are right! They will be great as candy packages!
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  14. those are adorable!
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  15. These are so cute! Thanks for hosting a great party!

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  16. This is such a cute idea. I love origami but I’ve NEVER seen a strawberry pattern. Thanks for sharing. I can’t wait to try this!


  17. These are so super cute! They would be perfect for tucking little candies inside!
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  18. Absolutely adorable! What a fun craft! Have a blessed week!
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  19. These strawberries are so cute!!
    Mary Alice
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  20. Oh my goodness these are adorable!!!! How creative!!!!! Love this! They look adorable!
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  21. Thank you for sharing this at The Purple Pumpkin Blog I just LOVE these – they are so cute and would be great for a summer party!

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  22. So cute! Makes me want a Silhouette even more :)
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  23. What a perfect little place to hide some chocolate kisses.
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  24. What a cute craft! So many possibilities with this. Thanks so much for sharing.
    Found you through From My Front Porch To Yours party.

  25. Very cute, almost edible, at least they make you think of the real thing! ;) Jenn
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  26. These are awesome, Sarah!! What a great idea!
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  27. Congrats! Favorite Friday Feature over at I’m Not a Trophy Wife. Grab a button (and code) on the sidebar! Post goes live in a few hours!

  28. Cute without the calories…love it.

  29. now that is adorable! i made choc covered strawberries for the boyfriend last year, and this would be such a cute way to remember that…i’m thinking a good x,as ornament, actually.
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  30. Sarah these are wonderful, truly so creative ! Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things hop xo
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  31. Wow – those look fantastic! I agree….almost good enough to eat!
    I came by from Inspire Me Fridays! Glad you shared there so I could drop by! Please hop over to my blog, too! :0)
    Happy Crafting!
    Cheryl First
    aka Cafexpressions
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  32. Sarah, these really are darling! Wishing I had a Silhouette. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
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  33. sarah…these are adorable…..very cute. i’m one of the many….or few, as the case may be….without a silhouette. any chance you could just put the pattern on a pdf for us of us without one of these amazing machines to print out? would so, so love it if you could make that a possibility.

  34. LOVE THEM Sarah!! Honestly, the cutest strawberries EVER!!!

    Thanks so much for partying with me last week at The DIY Dreamer… From Dream To Reality! I’m really looking forward to seeing what you share tomorrow evening!
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  35. Such a neat idea. Your strawberries look lovely. :) Thanks for linking up at Romance on a dime. Hope to see you tomorrow!
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  36. Those are really cute!
    Thanks for sharing – have a blessed week!
    Stacey of Embracing Change

  37. These are super adorable. I found these at meegan makes linked up post at Friday Fun party. And featuring them today in my top valentine’s day ideas.
    Have a nice day!

  38. These are so cute and clever, great for all of us who watch our calories!!

  39. These strawberries are so stinking cute! Thank you for sharing on Blog Stalking Thursday. You have been featured with this week’s party! I would love for you to grab a feature button and wear it proudly! Thanks again!
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  40. These are darling!!! I hope you stop by to link to my parties-

  41. Judy Graaves says:

    For those of us without a Silhouette; does anyone have a template for making these?

  42. So totally cute! I have a question… would they be adaptable so that you could fill them with candy do you think?

  43. These are adorable!! You have so many great ideas. Would would like to invite you to link up at our party. It is live now:

    The Busy Bee’s,
    Myrna and Joye.
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  44. Popped over from the Blog Train. These are incredible! I love anything with strawberries — and chocolate. What a way to package a little gift. Beautiful. “Pinned.” :)
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