The first image on the right is my brothers tattoo. He has the story of the Valley of the Dry Bones from Ezekiel and some other imagery from a trip he took to Israel on his leg. This image worked so well with the Sugar Skulls. I though that the laughing skulls going up a side strip with the flowers mixed in went with the imagery. There is also some light blue / green swirlds as well going up through the bones, that are a bit harder to see here.
The second image is of my Sister-In-Laws bird tattoos. When asked for her meaning she said that they signified the four seasons - one for each bird. It is mimiced in the vegetation around the bird as well. For those I took a couple of the bird images from Love and Luck, and then the bird image with flowers from Hula Girl. For the Hula Girl image I stamped it two different ways. The first was a straight stamp with masking over the "aloha" in the banner. The second image, I also masked "aloha" but I reverse stamped it. (I may give a tutorial on this next month over at Bombshell stamps). This gave a mirror image of the image.
I colored one bird in the style of each of the birds on her leg. The flowers I colored the same way as the ones on her leg, adn the one on my brothers leg.
I really hope you all check out the Bombshell Stamps blog, and try your hand at incorporating some of your Bombshells onto a scrapbook page.
Have a great week and see you again soon.