Jan 1st - The Last Slice!

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Looks good Tessa. Did you eat it ?.

Not yet Sylvia. I’m nobly leaving it for the hubby! My waistline doesn’t need any more.

Good enough to eat.

I agree with Stephen and Sylvia's comments, good enough to eat 😁

Oh Tessa, you're getting my taste buds going today! You could say I've lost it at the moment - jellybabies, chocs, panetone, dates....not safe if I see them. It'll pass...."luckily" I didn't make a Xmas cake this year.

Many thanks Stephen, Linda, and Marjorie. Isn’t it so easy to over eat at Christmas.? I need to get back on the straight and narrow!

Yum! I don't usually buy a Christmas cake as my OH doesn't like raisons so a bit jealous!

Ooh give it to me please 😆mmm lovely

Gosh Tessa, have just had the last piece of our Xmas cake, ours looked and tasted as good as this one does!

I normally make but this year bought this small one from a friend and it was very lovely. Dennis you’ll have to pop round quick mate or it’ll be gone! Thanks all. Reminds me my mum used to make a massive cake which we were still munching through at the end of January....🥴

Great textures on this cake, Tessa - I like your use of the palette knife... luckily I don't like Christmas cake much, but I couldn't stop eating German stollen cake over Christmas!

Ooh yes stollen is tasty but not something I’d buy. I’m usually glad when it’s all over , food-wise!

It does look good Tessa. Love the marzipan.

This looks scrummy Tessa , fortunately I don’t like Christmas cake, or anything else for that matter with dried fruit in it. I like dried fruit by itself but not cooked!

Thank you Carole and Fiona. X

Larger than life slice! Really stands out Tessa. I cheated this year and bought two cakes 😍

Thank you Carole. This comes up on my iPad as literally huge. I don’t understand why? I used the smallest board I have- post card sized!

Oh what fun, Tessa, and definitely edible!

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01/01/2020
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A little oil (7x5”) on board of the final slice of a very yummy Christmas cake before it disappears!

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Tessa Gwynne

I have returned to painting over the last few years having relocated from Cardiff to the Cotswolds in 2009 and joined the Guiting Power Art Group. Although I did a year's Foundation Course at art college after leaving school, I hadn’t painted much in the interim, except for a few attempts here and…

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