Tuesday, 22 May 2012

Remember Crabby? GIVE-AWAY!

Crabby came back from his holiday in the US and skipped gratefully back into his shell which i had dusted weekly in his absence ... well ok, maybe not weekly!


Anyway Crabby wants you to look at this book and go 'ooooh, that looks good' ... you can peep inside it HERE!


And see dear crabby, spread completely naked across the pages, he is obviously really pleased to be back in his shell of course! And in this lovely book you can find out how you make your very own crustacean! I can sign copies for you and will have some at my open studio event this year, but how about a free e-book for you now?

If you want to enter the give-away for the e-book leave a comment below, and tell me what's the most interesting thing you have found on the beach? For further chances to win, share on facebook and twitter and leave another post letting me and Crabby know of course. We will do the draw on Sunday. See you then! xxxx

10 comments:

here we are together said...

Ooooh, I'd like it very much! :) Crabby looks fantastic, must be good for him to have his shell back!

Katreader said...

I'd love a chance to win the e-book. I haven't walked beaches in ages-but I adored looking for, and finding, sea glass!

Val said...

Crabby is so cool! I always love crustaceans, and I've drawn some for ATCs exchanges.

I enjoy watching the little crabs and shellfish washed ashore when I'm walking along the beaches.

Caroline B said...

Interesting things on the beach...hmm, there's been a lot - a dead shark, 'message in a bottle' from a helium balloon, a vinyl stuffed lizard in perfect condition (who sits on my easel now), many,many shells, ammonites, sea urchins...no wonder my house looks more like a curiosity shop!

southmedhorse said...

The most interesting thing I've ever found on a beach was perfect peace.

Tiffany said...

I found a dead starfish on the beach - it was big and squishy and really pretty, but I was sad it was dying.

I actually bought this book just for Mr. Crabby - he is awesome and I absolutely need to make one! :)

June said...

Hmmm, most interesting thing I've found on a beach. A detonator! Will share on Facebook and Twitter :)

Katie said...

When I was a child I used to collect cowrie shells on the beach 5 minutes from my grandmother's house. I thought they were beautiful, but I've never seen them on any other beach.

MollyMovieNight said...

There are so many wonderful things to find on the beach here in Northern California! Long strands of kelp, little crabs, sand dollar shells, bits of beach glass, polished rocks...

my most interesting find was a small, intact bottle, probably from the turn of the last century, found near where the ocean is chipping away at a former dump site.

Dawn Treacher said...

I love Crabby. i love combing beaches for fossils, shells and sea glass. The most interesting thing I ever found was a Geocache.