Friday, 20 October 2017

The Bare Bones Of It

Hello.  Welcome.  It's Day 20 of the 31 Days of Halloween and over at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity the party continues with sage advice from beyond the grave.

I've used Bird Bones from Lost Coast Designs and Happy Skeleton and Free Advice from Carmen's Veranda.  I dismantled some costume jewellery for the chain and the clock charm is from Korthobby.no. I used distress inks, black archival, versamark and embossing powder.

You can join up your spooky weird Halloweeny stamped creations at the Portal for a chance to win Lost Coast dollars.  
And there is still a couple of days to join the Lost Coast Animal Challenge.  More Lost Coast dollars up for grabs.  

Rubber Dance also have an animal challenge which is running til month's end.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Bones and Bird Brain are joining the fun at
Emerald Creek Dare - Freaky Fun
Country View Challenge October 2017 - Mixed Media with Autumnal Hues
We Love 2 Create Challenge 1 - Anything Creative/Mixed Media Goes 
Craft Stamper Take It Make It Challenge - October

4 comments:

  1. The Lost Coast designs are so full of fun (and sometimes spooky too)! Thanks for joining us at Country View Challenges again Gail!

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  2. I love your Halloween card Gail, not familiar with Lost Coast designs but I love the bird bones stamps - the sentiment is great too!
    Anne x

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  3. This is fab Gail, such fun, and I love how you've used Bird Bones. Thanks for joining in with our challenge again at Country View Crafts. Sue xx

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  4. Beautiful project, although it is a little bit scary! It reminds me to the Wild West =)
    Thank you for joining in our October challenge over at Country View Challenges.
    xx Evelyn

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