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Tuesday, 21 January 2014

Christmas Card Club



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Aarrrgh!!!!! I hate it that when I do my best to master technology it lets me down either with slow broadband living in the sticks or HTML codes gone wrong or ........   or maybe (don't tell my husband!!!) it's just me not giving enough patience to deal with the changes, but I've tried for three days on two different pieces of technological equipment to load a picture of this Christmas pudding card!!! I was so thrilled that for once I was going to be on time for the fortnightly Christmas Card Club Challenge set this time by Lizzie with the title of 'Cooking up a storm', meaning anything to do with seasonal food.  Well it's cooked a storm here I can tell you with my frustrations at actually getting a picture onto a computer that will allow blogger to work for me to post.

Enough whining here's my Pud!  I used the circles collection framelits to make my base card ensuring that i left the fold of my card slightly beyond the outside edge of the framelit so that it didn't leave me with 2 circles instead of a card. I also trimmed a little off the bottom once it was cut to make it stand upright.  Using a sneak peek of one of the fabulous free Saleabration free gifts ie the decorative dots embossing folder I added texture to my pud. To highlight some I've used some metallic rub-ons (from deep within my craftroom!), with cotton bud picking out odd embossed dots and also some of the soon to arrive gold sequin trim with the smallest of pearls.  The icing has been embossed with clear powder to give a glazed look, a bit like mine at the moment and the topping of holly and bell is a card topper I bought in the Marks and Spencer sale.  Christmas messages from Stampin' Up! winter catalogue gives a warm sentiment while it pops out of my pudding on a cocktail stick and again adorned with sequins and pearls. 

Please do visit the other lovely ladies in our club who will inspire you with their beautiful and varying offerings of Christmas grub!

Take care til next time.
Zx

11 comments:

  1. good enough to eat Zoe...dont talk to me about technology...still struggling with my new PC...windows 8...great card!xxxxx

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  2. That is gorgeous Zoe! Technology - can't live with it and can't live without it - it's not just you having problems uploading. Quite a lot of Bloggers are having issues too, apparently especially with photo uplaoding grr xx

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  3. So frustrating!!! But well worth the wait Zoe. Your Christmas pud looks the real deal!! Christine x

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  4. Hi Zoe
    Love this Pud.... Gorgeous....
    Hope you are well
    Hugs Sylvie xx

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  5. Had a few gremlins myself Zoe, very frustrating. Love your card, looks delicious!
    Lorraine

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  6. Love this sweet pudding. It looks great and fun to have a sneak peak at some of the new offerings!

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  7. It was worth the effort though Zoe, it's fabulous! Carol x

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  8. Love this Zoe... Thanks for persevering and sharing this beauty!

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  9. OOh sorry Zoe - only just seen this one! Isn't it lovely - it looks so realistic, I could practically smell it. I love the things you have done to make it look so good. Just brilliant.

    Hugs to you Sue Pxxx

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  10. I have to say i'm not a fan of christmas pud, but this one actually looks yummy! Fab card, Zoë.
    hugs, Asha - Sunny Summer Crafts

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  11. Hi Zoe, this is fabulous hun, looks good enough to eat! Love it.
    Hugs Sue W.

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