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Wild And Crazy Guys

Tia's Tips: Don't be afraid to help stretch your stamps by creatively drawing your own backgrounds to complete a scene. Google real life images to copy or sign up for a beginner's drawing class. I recommend Sandy Allnock's, there are many to choose from!

Design Team: Passionate Paper Creations and Friends By Rhea

Sponsor: Artful

Image: Wild & Crazy Guys-Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps

Hello, Artful Angel FANS! Yes, it is true, there is something special going on over at the @passionatepapercreationsandfriends FB group. But I can't tell you what it is...I can give you a hint, sale. Oh rats, I just gave it away! Come join and get the sales code. xo Rhea Weigand

It was such a blast shopping in the Artful Angel store. This image "Wild & Crazy Guys" from Kraftin' Kimmie stamps immediately caught my eye!

I'm fortunate to be married to (not only my best friend!) a very talented renaissance-man! A former Navy Hospital Corpsman, he is now an Addiction's nurse. This comes after having worked as an automotive technician for 8 years! He loves to cook/grill and make AMAZING Cheesecake! He has taught both my son and I how to golf and during the Covid lockdown completed a bathroom remodel and started our kitchen remodel!

Finding a stamp set with 3 images that could all reflect the amazing man I married made getting this set a no brainer! Of course it will continue to be a great set to use on cards for my son, brother and Father-In-Law! I'm just really happy with it!

I couldn't decide which image to ink up, so I decided to work with all three! I used the 'Wonky Window 4 Die' from Whimsey stamps. I outlined the die on my paper and then with my Misti stamp platform I was able to line up each stamp with minimal amounts being cut off. I lightly penciled in backgrounds that would compliment the activity of each guy. Sticking with the idea of picking papers first and then matching my Copics to it. I chose a blue DP and then matched several blues to use on each of the shirts for uniformity. I printed wording of my own on my PC, die cut them out and popped them up on foam tape.


From left to right:

Guy 1: C1;C3;C5; E00; E21; E11;

FYG1; BG01; BG15; Y21; R08; B18;

BG07; T5; Y06; C1; W2; W4;E97; E99 E25; E57;G03; T2

Guy 2: C1; C3; C5; EOO; E21;E11; W1; W3

T5; 100; BG45; BG15; T2; BG09; BG75; BG07; E50; W2; C1; C3; C5; R27; Y06; YG03; YG17;b YG67

Guy 3: C1;C3; C5; BG01; BV20; BV25; E00; E21; E11

BG53; BG07; R14;; R27; YR04; E08; B18; W4; BG53; T5; W5; 100; T2; YG03

Thanks for following along! Go check out the shop at Artful Angel, but not before you join the Facebook Group page for Passionate Paper Creations and Friends to get your discount!!! Happy Shopping!


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