Monday, June 1, 2015

He Was An Outlaw

This month the Product Focus theme at Artistic Outpost is to use Masculine sets. I just had to use "Black Bart"  from the new Wander and Dream stamp set that was just released.

There's something about a "wanted" want to kill him, and women want to........well you know!  lol

Looks like the local Sheriff either uses the same poster over and over again, or is just shootin' up the place in anger cuz' he he can't catch the bad man!

My background was created with a piece of stash, distressed and colored with Bister.  Black Bart was colored with distress inks.  The wanted sign was created on an electronic machine and highlighted in white chalk marker.

Along with the Product Focus, all stamps in the Masculine stamp category on the AO website are on sale for 20% off through June 6, 2015!

AO Products:

Be sure to stop by and see what the rest of the Design Team has created:

Tracy * Gerrie (you are here) * Terry * Kate * Shari * Lisa



Patty from FL said...

Ha, ha! I like your comment about what the women want with the outlaw! I like how the image of the outlaw pops off the page because of how you colored him. Nice job!

Kay Wallace said...

Love the humor in your narrative, Gerrie! ;-) Great stashy background and, of course, Black Bart does have that appeal! hehe Well done!

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Thanks Patty and Kay for understanding my humor..........what are friends for! xx

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

The focal image really pops Gerrie. Love the rustic feel. Sending you hugs. Tracy x

Terry said...

You know I love Black Bart! You have done our wanted guy quite well, GF! I love all those paper layers and of course the cowboy!!! Hugs!

Coco said...

Gorgeous card Gerrie, and I love your 'wanted' story haha! I love this man stamp too, your backgrounds papers are perfect and the coloring very beautiful, I love the touch of blue-green on his scarf! Hugs, Coco xx

Beth said...

fabulous GF and Black Bart is just a little mischievous don't you think.... love your use of the Bister's and everything about your card is awesome.

Lisa Somerville said...

Always love the stories behind your posts! He does look like Black Bart and the bullet hole background is just perfect!