Love it, Bev, great 'wacky' card!
This is priceless, Bev. Fontleroy C. Fish is suitably pompous and the quote is fantastic. Bev at her hilarious best. I love it - a lot.
this is great! love the fishy fella!
He is definately the fish that got away- great fun Bev!
I LOVE that Marie's named him "Fontleroy C. Fish"!!! Soooo appropriate! He's a dandy fellow, indeed, Miss Bev! And I think I'm in love!!! Hugs, Terri xoxo
Another great one Bev,made me laugh!!
Oooops . . . you DID catch me napping, Bev! Mea Culpa! That's what happens when I have wine with dinner! LOL Hugs, Terri xoxo
Love your card, its funny and creative.
Oh, this is wonderful, Bev! Very funny, both sentiment and Himself, Squire Fish.:)
Ha, ha... love it!
Absolutely wonderful, Bev....great postcard!
This is great Bev!!
Absolute Funness!! Love it!! The quote is fab and so is the fishguy you've created!! Well done!!!Linda
I love your style of work, Bev. What you make is a feast for my eyes to look at ! Fantastic postcard !
And living to tell the tale or should that be "tail?" Great piece! Cheers!
Wow this is fun and fantastic.Love your wacky card.
bev... so totally fun. i love it!
I just knew this was going to be a fun theme for you!! I think they probably all are Bev! I love the way you've created a complete character here - excellent imagination. I also like the expression on his face... very very cool.Will he be seen out on the town with a top hat and a monocle? =)
I love the old-fashioned picturebook illustration style of this funny fishy fellow AND your new header!
Oh my gosh! I love this and love the sense of humor! Perfection.
Here I had to smile, what a fun and fantastic postcard, love your humor.
Aah Bev, I so love your fishy tall story, and the quote is so so true. I love it.
This is good, and so true, Bev!
you say that you had a good time with this one and it really shows~!!~ very FUN card and so well done~!!~:)libbyQ
Super cute Bev!
Bev, this is such a fun card! Who knew the one that got away used a disguise? :) Great card!Cindy :)
Adore this one -- there is something very "Wind in the Willows" about it.