Is this primary enough for ya? This is my super son, Isaiah (or Zay as he's called more often). The Groucho glasses were actually left over from our wedding 15+ years ago and the mustache disappeared. That's okay, though, since Zay is too young to be growing facial hair anyway.
I started this LO for the Saturday Color Challenge, but started over a bazillion times. It's still not exactly what I was hoping for, but I learned a lot by doing it so, for today, it's good enough. I even made my own brush (thanks Mastering Brushes eBook)! So I posting it to both the Color Challenge and the High Noon Challenge because no one said I couldn't. And you both inspired me.
So, the only thing I used that wasn't already mine was the Scrap Simple Tools Styles 14K Gold. I made the starbursts with the polygonal tool and used the plastic wrap filter to make them "shiny". And, of course, the border is a stroke at 50 px. I just can't seem to help myself.
The brush words are:
Faster than a speeding punchline!
Able to leap toy buildings in a single bound!
Have you heard the one about my aunt Brenda?
Beware of the broccoli!
Up, Up and Go Play!
The text under the photo reads "Disguised as a young Groucho Marx"
Thanks for keeping me thinking, girls!
P.S. Just noticed a typo in my brush. Oh well. Back to the drawing board.