CASology 153: Pop

Welcome to another week at CASology!

This week, we are focussing on the word Pop!

Is ‘pop’ a noun or a verb to you?

For my children, it’s a term of endearment for my father, so my Dad inspired this week’s card :-):


As it turns out, Pop is a mad keen golfer, so this super little golf tee stamp from Serendipity Stamps was right on cue! Given the fantastic round golf ball sitting atop the tee, I couldn’t resist flanking it with a couple of ‘p’s, so that my image could double as part of my sentiment. A tiny sentiment was used to ground my image.

I also wanted my image to ‘pop’ out of the page, so the circular panel is raised and backed by a slightly larger circular panel, inked in red. A little colouring, and it was done.

Clean and easy!

Serendipity Stamps is kindly sponsoring this week’s Challenge, so please check the CASology blog for more details.

The Design Team has also got some fabulous inspiration for you in the gallery, so pop by and say hi!

Gillian Ross

Hazel Hodgkins – that’s me!

Jen Wills

Joyce Mehrberg

Judy Marino

Kimberly Wiener

Kymona Tracey

May Park

Melissa Chipperfield

Tracey McNeely

Guest Designer: Coni

I am being a bit cheeky, but I couldn’t resist linking this to The Male Room this week. Surely a golf ball sailing skyward qualifies? Unless he scores a birdie…

See you in the Gallery! 🙂


15 thoughts on “CASology 153: Pop

  1. Okay that is stretching the theme a bit! However, golf balls certainly can fly! Super take on the cue word though. Thanks so much for playing along with The Male Room this week!

  2. How sweet is this!! My kids called my Dad ‘Poppa’ and I called my Godfather ‘Poppa’ too. Seems to be a rather popular term but is just perfect for some reason. Its been like Spring here this week, no frosts and even sunshine. Have even seen some daffodils thanks to good old ‘global warming’. Enjoy the weekend!

  3. Hey Hazel!! Each week you teach me something. I had no clue about the work pop in golf. I love your card. I love the pop of color and I love what the word means. Nicely done.

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