Spring Break 2017 – Orlando: The Toothsome Chocolate Emporium & Savory Feast Kitchen

2017: The Toothsome Chocolate Emporium & Savory Feast Kitchen
One of the fun places that we discovered on our trip was the Toothsome Chocolate Emporium & Savory Feast Kitchen at Universal Studios Citywalk.  We actually ate here twice – once was just to get a shake from the shake line, but then we went back later to eat a full meal!  Lets put it like this – don’t go there if you are on a strict diet – it won’t be any fun – it is a place that you have to indulge yourself in!  Click on the photograph to zoom in and see the amazing creations that we got to enjoy!

For this spread I chose a brown chocolate theme.  I used a busy chocolate paper on the left hand side, and a plain brown on the right hand side.  Then to balance the spread I chose plain brown borders for the photos on the left hand page, and a busy brown border for the photographs on the right hand page.

Ephemera on the page include the wrapper from a chocolate bar (top left), a drink coaster (middle right), and the golden cardboard holding a chocolate dessert that you can see in the top left picture on the right hand page.  I know – we are crazy ephemera collectors – I never know what I am going to be able to use!  I will share that as I am finishing up albums I do throw about 75% of the ephemera that we have collected away.  It doesn’t all make it to the albums.

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