Sunday, 13 March 2016

Signs of Oz

Hello.  Welcome.  Over at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity they are having a Wizard of Oz themed blog hop and inviting us to join up with some Oz themed projects.  I searched the stash and came up with this WoO quote stamp from Unity Stamps.  I made an ATC with a yellow brick road background and a faux wood sign.......

I embossed some yellow handmade paper with Sizzix distressed bricks embossing folder and cut a 'road', with meadow/butterfly printed paper along the edges.  I made my faux wood board sign.  I stamped and embossed the sentiment from Unity I Am Woman set with midnight sparkle embossing powder and added some mini brads.   Good advice on the road to Oz......

Thanks for dropping by.  Have you seen my giveaway?  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Lost Coast Portal to Creativity - We're Not in Kansas Anymore Blog Hop


  1. Perfect sentiment for your Oz themed ATC. Love it. Thanks for joining us at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity :)

  2. Great job finding a stash item that meets the theme!! Love your brick road. Thanks for traveling down the yellow brick road with us at the Lost Coast Portal to creativity Blog hop!!

  3. Love this Oz related ATC Gail. Thanks for your comment on my latest blog post, I will check out the Rubber Dance challenge I do love their stamps.

    Sylv xx

  4. What a fun card! Love the background !

  5. A powerful message, Gail, beautifully supported by your artful background!

  6. That is such a wonderful quote! Goes perfect with your card!

  7. What inspiration these words have! I love how you showcased them! Thanks for playing along with us at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity blog hop! Nan, DT

  8. What a fabulous WoOz ATC, that's a really cool quote stamp! Thanks for joining in the fun over at Lost Coast Portal to Creativity! I hope you'll come and join our Flora and Fluffy Tails event starting tomorrow ;0)


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