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Super Grumpie in Tighty Whities…Day 28 of 31 Days of Halloween

I’ve done it! I’ve done Smeared Ink projects every Friday this month! It’s just like I’m back on the DT! ;) I have another Creepy Little Grumpie card to share with you today. This guy cracks me up.

“Not your typical tighty whites” for sure! Check this guy out! He’s ready to save the world!

I colored this handsome fella in with my watercolor markers. I made him bright and bold…just as a superhero should be. :)

The background was simple…albeit looking a little washed out in my photos. I inked the edges in red, then blue…and I chalked the center in green. Last, I drew in some little “hairs” like those coming on the Grumpie.

Tomorrow is my 7 year Wedding Anniversary! I am very excited! Would you like to see some photos??? But while you wait with baited breath for them…please be sure to visit the rest of the Wicked Bloggers…all listed in my side bar. Thanks for stopping by. Have a spook-tacular day!

Comments

ike said…
Hahahaha - he's FABULOUS - love his little skimpies !!
Have a very Happy Anni tomorrow. Hope you have a wonderful day :-) xxxxx
DonnaMundinger said…
You had me at "tighty whities" LOL What a crack up! Love it! Happy Anniversay tomorrow! Can't wait for pix. xxD
Jane said…
Love your card the grumpie looks fantastic
Luv Jane xxx
Laura B said…
Love the card! He looks awesome.:) Hope you have a great day tomorrow!
Sugar said…
bahaha! thats great!
First... Your Grumpie in his tidy whities is absolutely cool!!! Happy Anniversary!!!! I would love to see some pictures!!! I am not going to hold my breath, as I have a ton of things to do and passing out is not one of them!!! LOL!!! See you tomorrow!!!!
monique said…
love the grumpie , you did a great job coloring
Sharon Sahl said…
Cute superhero grumpie! Brings back memories of my kids in their undies with capes. They thought they could do anything too. Love your background!
Steph said…
haha, so cute! Love the sentiment, too funny.
Susan said…
SUUUUUUPER GRUMPIE!!! TADA!!
Great job, he looks awesome :)

Happy Anniversary!!

Will you be celebrating out with wine and candles?

Perhaps dressing as zombies and scaring the crap out of each during the night when you least expect it?

BWAAAHAHAHA!!
Hugs,
Susan
Kristina said…
I just love the Grumpies, he's so cute, lovely job on this!
Peace,
KristyLee
I'm commenting after the event, so .... I hope you had a great anniversary :)
As for your Grumpie.... these little guys crack me up and you just made him even funnier :) FAB job Alison

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