Thursday, 1 August 2013

Edwin catching fish

Let me start today with a big HALLO to my new followers. Thank you for following my work, your support means a lot!!!

As you can see I used Edwin today. :) When I got my stampclub I wasn't too sure If I like him or not, but then I saw him colored up and I started to like him. :)
I made this card for a little boys second Birthday. I didn't want to use baby Edwin. You can't really say how old is Edwin on this stamp, it can be just a little boy or a grown man, depending on colors used I guess.
I used one of my new dies, Memory box - Big splash border and again a lot of frantage (you should see my floor) lol

For this card I used

  • colors: TH distress ink markers and distress ink pads
  • ink: Archival black
  • design papers: Far far hill
  • stamp: Edwin catching fish, Fish kit, Sauth Pacific Stamp (Sea breeze Collection, 2013)
  • dies: Magnolia doohickey - Tilda ticket, Memory box - Big splash border
  • flowers from Wild orchid crafts, I am roses and my stash
  • sea star
  • jute ribbon
  • stickles glue (stardust)
  • frantage (shabby blue).
I'm entering this card into the following challenges:
  1. Tilda's town: Summer scene 
  2. Simon says: Anything goes
  3. Cute card Thursday: Anything goes 
  4. Hanna and friends: Anything goes 

Thank you for stopping by and leaving me a comment!
  Hugs, t.


  1. Hello Tamara
    Again a beautiful card, and thanks for answering my question about the distress.
    Greetngs Maria

  2. Enkratna, škoda, ker že ima lastnika, jaz bi je bila zelo, zelo vesela, ha ha ha ... lp, Saša

  3. Just lovely! Edwin looks like he is having fun and you have coloured him perfectly. I love all the sweet seaside details here too :-)

    Hugs, Kat x

  4. Gorgeous card, i love the stars. Thanks for joining us at Tilda's Town for our challenge
    hugs Louise

  5. Great job Tamara, love you're card, this one made my day...


  6. WOW Tamara!!!! Love your star fish and gorgeous splash die cut! Your card is splendid. Hugs, Brigitte

  7. Gorgeous card Tamara, so cute and I love the little starfish.
    Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
    Mandy xx

  8. Such a gorgeous card, Tamara.
    Thank you for joining us at Hanna & Friends!

    Hugs Anja

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