Friday, 18 March 2011

If Vikings scrapped...

22 comments:

Maria Ontiveros said...

That is hilarious!!! Although I would have refered to the beard crumbs as texture. . .
Rinda

Ruth said...

Brilliant! Where on earth did you find it?

Melissa said...

Oh my, that is absolutely hilarious. We are headed out to a flea market/trade days today and I'm hoping to pick up a few odds and ends for scrappin' while out on this "raid."

scrappyjacky said...

So funny,Mel.

Mariangeles M said...

OMG!! hahaha
I'm going to share it in my Facebook wall :)

humel said...

Rinda - I agree! Or I might have worked in the word 'embellishment'.... ;-)

Ruth, it was in the Daily Mail, which The Mother reads, and she clipped it out and saved it for me :-)

Kirsty.a said...

Love this! And love that scrapping is popular to feature in a Daily mail cartoon

Photographing Mom said...

Too funny!!

furrypig said...

brilliant!

Fiona said...

That is so funny!

Rhona said...

That's brilliant! I'm surprised my mother hadn't noticed it in the paper :) xx

Jimjams said...

ROFL - perfect! Perhaps the crumbs are like foam dots?

Makes me wonder what the Celts would use ... lots of inking with woad?

And the Normans ... lots of sewing techniques no doubt!

What about the Romans? Fabric pleating and leafy embellishments?

Cheri said...

so much for manly men, eh?

Mary B said...

Definitely lol

Sandra said...

So funny, it's great.

Beverly said...

brahahahaha

Ginger said...

LOL!! Hilarious!!

Sian said...

Hilarious! I'm sending my brother a link - he is our "Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic" expert

The Mann Fam said...

This comic is great!!! I love it!

Deb @ PaperTurtle said...

Hahahaha. Love it! :o)

ComfyMom~Stacey said...

I need to go on a raid to Europe. I need some frilly borders

Scrappi Sandi said...

Awesome!!