Monday, 7 August 2017

Bad Advice Baby

Hello.  Welcome.  There's a new challenge over at 
and we want to see your stenciled backgrounds.  And don't forget the stamping.  Ask Baby, he stamps all the time LOL.

My background is mostly stenciled.   Couldn't resist sneaking in bit of stamping with the gorgeous Grunge Border 3".  That delightful little guy is Happy Skeleton and he and the sentiment are both from Carmen's Veranda.  They say googly eyes make the man.  They are very wise.  Bwahahahahahaa

So hop over to the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity with your stenciled background masterpieces.  And don't forget to stamp.  Hugz

Happy Skeleton is joining the fun at


  1. My goodness, what a fabulous card! Always love a man with googly eyes, Jo x

  2. Too fun, love the background and fabulous fun skele! Thanks for playing at Dream in Darkness!

  3. This is such fun Gail and I adore your stenciled background, makes a perfect base for the black stamping, many thanks for sharing with us at Stamping Sensations challenge this month.

    B x

  4. Haha - how could you NOT crack up over this?! That googley eyed skeleton is hilarious and you've surrounded him with all sorts of fun color.

  5. Fantastic background, Gail, and such a fun image! Thank you for sharing it with us at Stamping Sensations.


  6. Thanks for joining Stamping Sensations with this great entry, good luck.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

  7. A Fabulous creation. Thank you for joining in The Artistic Stamper Creative Challenge :)

  8. Thanks for sharing at Dream In Darkness

  9. Ahh, love hoping here and seeing your creations. Like your sense of humour, LOL. Awesome background, wicked image and perfect sentiment. Thank you for joining Dream in Darkness, I hope to see you again this month.


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