Onstage Gift Giving

As part of a team we often give gifts to our downline and other team members at events. These can range from a card, something handmade, a quirky item we've spotted...in fact, anything that suits!
My downline each received an Onstage Chocoholics Survival Kit. I'd spotted this some time back online and decided to CASE the idea, I kept a copy of the image (which is totally different to mine) but not the creators name.  I've done an online search but can't find the one which inspired me. However, should I find it, I will update this page.
Here are my Chocoholic Survival Kits.

I made a liner for a clear mount stamp box. next I cut a piece of soft suede card and also punched 15 1" squares from soft suede, inking up the edges. The squares were mounted on top of the larger piece of card to resemble a bar of chocolate.
Inside were 6 individual Ghiradelli chocolates on the right. On the left was a printed sheet with Chocolate Rules. 
The 'Rules' were Cased from two blogs - Angel Stamper 2 (2009) and Paper and Ink Playground (2008).

I also gave several chocolate gifts. Some were large bars some were tins holding 6 chocolates with a champagne centre.
I made slider wraps for them and decorated the front.
To remove the chocolate you don't need to undo the ribbon, you just pull gently at the top to make the contents slide out.
I just love those tins! The chocolates aren't bad either!

One final little gift was an alphabet clip to hold a photo or card which I put into a decorated bag. 
Sadly, my bag stamping was nowhere as near as professional as Sharon Davidson's , but the gift had the same good wishes behind it!