Saturday, August 29, 2009
This card qualifies for the Friday Sketchers using a sketch created by Claudia Rosa.
Edwin is sitting atop some rust/orange colored ribbon and is colored using Copic Caio and Sketch markers. The colors of the card are gold, rust/orange, blue and cream. It is definitely a male card, exactly what I was looking for. Here is a close up of Edwin.
I used the rolling pin as my menu holder and made a sign with the menu choice underneath. I tied them on with brown twine. I added some rubber for added dimension.
The inside of the card uses the same paper and is rather plain -- again, it is a male card so didn't want to put anything frilly so left it as is.
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Wow! you haven't wasted any time in diving into those adorable stamps! I wish I could make cards this fast! This is so cute! Edwin is so handsome and love the paper and colors you used. Another wonderful card, Stephanie! hugs!
Gosh, he is just precious!!! Great job on the sketch!!Thank you so much for joining us at Friday Sketchers...hugs..Jacque
Well someomne has time to play today Huh????
Great Job again
Well! You have to be the fastest card maker I know!!!!!
Love this Edwin card - your colouring is fantastic. Great paper choices...
Great card Edwin looks so cute. Love the rolling pin. Great job.
Hi Your card is a perfect for a boy.Love how you used the rolling
pin and your dp you used and your
Edwin is tooo cute.
another cutie! well done. I love the different elements you used!
Your card is so cute!! I love how you connected the rolling pin to the saying!!
how adorable!! Edwin looks YUMMY!! LOL!
He's darlin' Stephanie! Great job coloring and the rolling pin and sign are so creative. Great job... (and I'm green with envy!)
What a lil' chef-a-cutie! Love him and that awesome rolling pin!
Good for you on came up with the card so quickly for the Friday Sketcher's challenge. I have no clue even on which stamp I should use and no even a clue on what theme I want.
Love the way Edwin sit there as a chef. He is so cute!
Love the colors. He is so cute. Love your coloring. Another great job!
Love this cute stamp of Edwin and the colours you have used are lovely
Stephanie, you have been busy as a bee. Love all your cards with the new images from the Fall kit. I am so jealous. They are simply adorable. Great job on them.
Such a fabulous card Stephanie. Love the image you've used and the colours also. Hugs Michele x
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