Saturday 15 March 2014

madame sea horse


Please let me introduce Madame Seahorse, is she not delish and glam? Madame is a vision that is a design by Ryn stamp that I masked and then shadow stamped bubble boarder by lost coast designs. The "thank you" sentiment is a favourite inkinkado stamp from their steampunk collection. Madame and the sentiment are decorated in green copics and flexmarkers.

Madame is sashaing into the following challenges:

less is more - use masking or stencils
craft for the craic - march - anything green 
get inky - green/st patrick
stamping with the dragon - green



Helen J said...

Madame Sea Horse is beautiful, lovely stamping & colouring.

Unknown said...

Madame Seahorse is very styley. Not that she needs me to tell her that:-)
I love the swirls and bubbles as well.
Cheers, Dianne

Alizabethy said...

yet another great quirky card from you!

Glittertastic said...

I love the total randomness of this card - Madame is a stunner!


Meggymay said...

Super card EE its a great image.
Yvonne x

sally said...

Love the flow of this one! I'm very partial to sea horses so I shall have to check this one out :-)


Jen Nelson said...

love the seahorse
Thanks for joining us this week
Jen xx
Less Is More

G Peplow said...

Gorgeous Seahorse, my favourite sea creature :D And we have bubbles another firm favourite, winning all around today :D x

Anne said...

EE love your seahorse, this is fab
Thanks for taking the Less is More Challenge this week
(Guest commenter LIM)

Ryn Tanaka said...

Hey Evil Edna, always a pleasure to see what you've been up to. Like the composition in this one very much and the contrast between colour and black and white. Many thanks for sending Madame Seahorse to me :)

Susan Renshaw said...

That card is absolutely gorgeous!
Hope you will join us at Get Inky again at our next challenge!

Katya- Ангел в кедах said...

Lovely CAS card!

Thanks for joining in our challenge this month over at Craft for the Craic.DT Katya x

Unknown said...

Lovely card. Love your seahorse :) Thanks for joining our March challenge over at Craft for the Craic.
Eithne :)