Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Freebie - Doodled Christmas Pudding Card

This card measures 5ins x 5ins and is made using white linen effect card.
Doodled Handrawn Christmas Pudding Christmas CardThis is the first card I have ever made from scratch just using a couple of pens and my doodling, and again it’s all down to Marc for just giving me that extra shove that I sometimes need to get me out of my comfort zone!
Handrawn Doodled Christmas Card Christmas PuddingSo ….. I used a couple of red pens with a touch of black fine liner to make the background panel, then I doodled a frame and did a bit of writing for the sentiment panel and finally doodled and cut out two parts of a Christmas pudding …. praying they would all come together ….

Christmas Pudding Doodled Christmas CardI mat and layer the two panels on silver mirror card for a touch of festive shine.
Doodled Christmas Card Christmas Pudding.It was all a bit of an experiment, so when I put the checked panel onto the card i went for broke and decided to doodle round it too.
Doodle Christmas Pudding CardThe sentiment panel was next using adhesive foam pads for more layers and dimension, followed by the pudding and topping (with an added sprinkling of Hunkydory Diamond Sparkles)  also using foam pads to hold them in place.  The only things not doodled were the table confetti holly leaves and red flat back gem berries.
If you would like to download this a file to help you make this card please click on link below:-
*All I ask is that if you use the doodle on your own blog you credit the design to me with a link back to this page. *I also ask that you don’t use the design for any challenges or competitions … but,  if you want to spread the word and tell others that there is a festive freebie going here …..  please feel free!

4 comments:

marc said...

Thank you Helen for the freebies your so kind and i for one will be making these up fab cards big love marc

Sue said...

Really fab card. You are so kind to offer the freebie.

Circle said...

Fab fab fab - I just love the doodled pud!

Dianne said...

Fun and so creative; those ideas are just wonderful...Dianne