Sunday, 26 November 2017

Doggy Dreams More

Hello.  Welcome.  Today I have a card over at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity inspired by the current CAS challenge.  The linky closes at midnight 30th November so get out your stamps and inks, but remember to keep it clean and simple.

I used Lost Coast Designs Drake Dog, Domino's Border, Face with Feathers and the Carmen's Veranda sentiment, archival, dark blue dye ink, blue chalk ink, embossing powder, distress inks and gel pens.  That dog is just so cool and he knows it!!

In case you haven't seen, there is a Black Friday Sale over at Lost Coast Designs and you can save 20% on your whole order (before shipping) until midnight PST Sunday November 26th, so hop over and shop yourself a bargain.  Put Black Friday in the comment area of your order to receive the discount.  

And don't forget to add your CAS creations to the challenge.  All stamp companies welcome and you could win some Lost Coast Designs or Carmen's Veranda stamps.  
If the linky is not playing then just leave your link in the comments and we will add it to the draw to win Lost Coast dollars.

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Drake Dog is joining the fun at


  1. Great image, thank you for joining the challenge on the Love to Create blog.

  2. Wow, Gail! This is so "me" that I can't help but smile! This is my life now. Have I become a dog? hehe

  3. A fun card! Great text! Thank you for joining us at TIME OUT again!

  4. This is FANTASTIC!!! Love the combination of images and your coloring is wonderful. The sentiment speaks for itself!!! Thanks for linking up and playing with us at Time Out!

  5. Ha...that sentiment is perfect! Love your card!

    Thanks so much for playing with us at Time Out!


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