Monday, 13 February 2012

I love half term!

Aaaah.....  Happy Monday blogland - and it's always a happy Monday when I can sit at home, in the warmth, with me kids and me paintbrushes, Harry Potter on the telly and the deafening sound of contentment ringing in the air!

Over at The Official Magnolia Inspiration Challenge blog this week, they're celebrating Edwin and you're asked to make a card using Tina's sketch, and of course, Edwin. 
I have a number of favourite Edwin stamps, but this one is far and away my favourite, so no surprise that I chose Pirate Edwin for my card:
I am also showing this off in the Magnolias Down Under gallery this week as their theme is to make something using just one word sentiment, so Ahoy!
All the papers are Rusty Pickle, Edwin is painted with Distress Inks.  Hope you like!

Thank you for stopping by and have a great week! :o) xx


  1. stunning as always Anne you are so good with the distress inks x

  2. Anne, your Edwin card is wonderful, a great take on Tina's sketch. Thanks for joining us TOMIC this week, hugs Jodie fromOz xx:)

  3. Fabulous ! Your card with Edwin is fabulous ! I like the atmosphere to create with the embellishment. Bravo !

    Hugs from France.

  4. Hi Anne
    wow what a fantastic card, awesome colouring, great embelies & design, sue,x

  5. Just lovely!!! Thanks for joning Tomic with your beatiful card.
    Hugs Lilleomor

  6. gorgeous!!! Love the colouring!! Hugs, Brittany, xoxo

  7. Ahoy there matey!!! Lol totally fab card as always xx

  8. This is gorgeous! Beautiful layout and I love your coloring! Thank you for joining us at TOMIC this week. hugs, Angela

  9. WOW! Such a stunning card, I love the way that you have coloured edwin and the image itself is so sweet, really beautiful
    Lindsay xx

  10. Oh Anne, your card is beautiful, I love your gorgeous colouring!! Thanks so much for sharing it with us at MDUC this week

  11. Hi Anne!
    WOW! I absolutely love this gorgeous stunner of a card highlighting mister Edwin :) Amazing colouring and so many gorgeous details. Love it that you cut the watercolourpaper like an ancient map ;)

    Thank you so much for joining us at MDUC this week :)
    Welcome back!
    Hugs Louise, MDUC


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