Monday, March 24, 2014

Rain man - Masculine theme art

Hello Everyone,


Whenever I have to make masculine theme project, I grab Tim Holtz stamps. Here I've also used distress paints - crushed olive, stormy sky and frayed burlap .

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17 comments:

  1. Very cool. Love the distress colours you chose.

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  2. U are tempting me to buy Tim Holtz stamps! Good work Shilpa

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  3. Oh wow! this is wonderful, I have that stamp set in my stash, will try to use it now.. ;)

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  4. very very nice and the coloringare so gorgeous
    I just love it.
    Bye Ballie (Bennarda)

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  5. The colours are so awesome! This is an eyecatcher!

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  6. Such a creative piece Shilpa...interesting colours and I love what you did with the lettering.

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  7. This is fab Shilpa! Thanks for joining us again this week at Stampotique.

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  8. This is a perfect graduation card (ok, birthday card, too), Shilpa! Love Tim Holtz stamps for the exact same reason, and you have used it perfectly here. Great combination of inks, too! Thanks so much for participating in the Stampotique Designers' Challenge again this week, Shilpa! ;-)

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  9. Your creation is a great make for anyone really - wonderful design and colors!
    Sandy xx

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  10. Brilliant masculine make Shilpa.
    Thanks for joining in with us at Stampotique :)

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  11. Wow, Shilpa - that's really cool. Love the colour combination, so different, and the letter textures are wonderful. Thanks for joining us on A Vintage Journey.
    Alison x

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  12. The Umbrella Man does make the perfect masculine project! I love the "rain man" title and the texture and colors to go along with the stamping! So happy that you joined us at A Vintage Journey.

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  13. Totally amazing!!
    Thanks for joining us at Stampotique DC :)

    xx Arwen

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