Saturday, 18 May 2013

DOODLING THE DAY AWAY WITH ED AND TIM



Here's Edgar on the left - always known as Ed - in his best bib-and-tucker, 
and of course Tim dresses just like his brother because they are twins.  
Here's their story:


EDGAR THE MAD MARCH HARE
Yes, he's mad with Tim just at the moment

Here's Edgar Hare, he's quite a toff,
Never seen with his top hat off.

Fancy waistcoat, snazzy tie,
Watches all the girls go by.

Several more at home like him
But the one he liked best was his brother Tim.

Tim stole Ed's girl Sue, and thinks it's funny,
And Edgar's not a happy bunny.

He isn't speaking to his brother,
Which really does upset their mother.

But a passing Bunny Girl catches his eye,
He forgets sweet Sue, and makes a pass at Vi.

I'm glad the lads once more are pals
Now they've sorted out
who has which of the gals.

So all ends well for Tim and Sue, Ed and Vi, 
There'll be two weddings by and by.



PAPER SATURDAYS

I've really made an effort this time to make at least a simple piece of paper-craft for Manon's Paper Saturdays by cutting round the brothers and folding their figures to stand up independently.  

Ed and Tim were still not speaking when I posed them a few inches in front of my own photo of the garden where they live:   



If you would like to see more of my doodle creatures and their accompanying doggerel verses
just click on DOODLING THE DAY AWAY in the sidebar list of Labels on the right. 

Linking to Paper Saturdays

9 comments:

  1. This is truly adorable! Love how they were smiling then angry...so cute...love the poem too!!

    Hugs Giggles

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  2. Love these two guys! Good make! Valerie

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  3. Having a brother, I can relate to Edgar and Tim's sibling antics. LOL! I hope you're keeping all your stories and artwork in a book. Blessings!

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  4. Oh my they are so cute, I love them! The poem is a great complement. Wonderful post.

    Hugs
    The Glitter Tart

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  5. Hello. I love bunnies. I like that you have a story for them and that you cut them out and put them in the garden photo! Clever, cute & fun!

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  6. Love this tale or tail (LOL) and so beautifully captured in these charming drawings. Fantastic imagination!

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  7. I love what you did with these little bunnies and I also hope you are keeping them in a book. Happy paper Saturdays. Manonx

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