It’s been a while since I’ve covered the Human Rainbow…and thought the new release from Art Impressions would be the perfect time!

Bonnie Krebs, owner and designer, is one hilarious lady. Just look at the sentiments on her stamp sets!! I picked out five of the stamps to show you today from the new release, and did a quickie coloring on video of parts of them, but mostly the purpose in today’s post is to get folks back to experimenting with their colors to create a human rainbow of skintones!

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Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

The Cowgirls are such fun– three ladies having a hoedown all their own! I added a crowd to enjoy their performance.

The Yoga Set cracked. me. up! Exercising and eating cake TOGETHER? Heck yes, sign me up for that gym!

I combined Birthday Laugh Lineswith Never Too Old Laugh Lines to create a card with the old couple making their way to – or from – a birthday party.

The Housework set is very much like my style of housekeeping. Little to none! Having pups around always mucking things up isn’t much incentive…lol!

Last but not least Loads of Fun makes me think I might need a new ironing board, so as an old lady I can also go surfing!

Those free Human Rainbow charts!

I’ve moved the free charts over to Art-Classes! I also added to it and called it the Rainbow Chart Collection – but the main chart is still the same as the one you may have gotten over here.

If you hadn’t noticed I’ve been slowly moving stuff over there – because this blog is going to be overhauled in coming months, and I want everything to still be available for ya! (Note that any charts or digis you bought on this site are only accessible here, I am not able to move everything over.)

Here are the charts – click HERE or on the photo:

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