Monday, 1 December 2014

CASology Eat

Just a quick post to share a card I made on Friday but didn't get to photo 'til yesterday and then I forgot to post!


I made this with the challenge over at CASology in mind. I saw the pudding card that Gillian made then thought I would use a stamped pudding but I couldn't think of anything that was different about the idea, then decided to make a pudding shaped card instead.
It's really simple to make :-
1. Cut 2 circles of brown card
2. Cut a half circle in white
3. Ink an embossing folder on the dots then emboss one circle
4. Crease the other brown circle on the left hand side to form a hinge and glue the front to the back at this point.
5. Trim a sliver off the bottom of the circles to allow it stand upright
6. Cut a wiggly line in the white half to represent the sauce
7, Decorate the top with holly cut outs (Lea bilities) and a fussy cut LOTV sentiment tag.
Voila, simples.

I also have a quick card for you that showcases the watermark made by the fabulous Kylie.
Over on her blog she is running a challenge for the chance to win a personalised watermark of your very own. You have until the 21st December to make a Christmas card to be in with a chance to win.
This is my card which uses a smaller version of my CAS black and gold tree but with the addition of a little bit of bling!


So why not pop over and join in, you never know unless you do!


10 comments:

  1. Isn't that weird?? I've been making Icing Christmas puddings at class today!
    I like the tree, simple and postable.
    Di.

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  2. Love the pud!! Such a stylish tree and the sentiment is fab as the trunk!! xx

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  3. That's lovely mum. Like Di says, simple but effective. It was snowman day in Owl class today!

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  4. Oh wow, but this card is just so outstandingly creative! Love it! So glad you joined us at CASology this week!

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  5. Oh Yum! I want a bite of that figgy pudding! and your tree is lovely in it's golden simplicity!

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  6. Such a creative shapes card :) Love love love the design !

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  7. This is fantastic - your figgy pudding stood right out in the CASology gallery!

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  8. How clever, looks good enough to eat.

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  9. VERY creative, Julie! That looks good enough to eat!!! :)
    Thanks so much for joining us over at CASology!

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  10. LOVE your Christmas pudding Jules ... delicious looking :) And your CAS tree is so elegant and sophisticated. Loll xx

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